The Real Payoff from Artificial Intelligence Is Still a Decade Off

It has been 21 years since IBM’s Deep Blue supercomputer checkmated chess champion Garry Kasparov, marking a historic moment in the development of artificial intelligence technologies. Since then, artificial intelligence has invaded everyday objects, such as cell phones, cars, fridges, and televisions.But the world economy seems to have little to show for the proliferation of smartness. Among advanced economies, productivity growth is slower now than
at any time in the past five decades. National GDPs and standards of living, meanwhile, have been relatively stagnant for years. READ MORE ON: Foreign Policy

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