How to 'Futureproof' Yourself In An Automated World
Tuesday, 16 March
'New York Times' tech columnist Kevin Roose says we've been approaching automation all wrong. "What we should be teaching people is to be more like humans, to do the things that machines can't do," he says. We talk about misconceptions about A.I, how algorithms decide who gets government assistance, and which jobs are less likely to be automated. His new book is 'Futureproof.'
Also, Justin Chang reviews the film 'Quo Vadis, Aida?' about the legacy of the Bosnian war through the eyes of a U.N. translator.