Robert Seamans interviewed by the American Enterprise Institute on AI and the economy.
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Robert Seamans quoted in Forbes Insights on the realities of AI in the workplace.
James Bessen and Robert Seamans cited in the 2019 Economic Report of the President on the effects of Big Data and AI on competition.
James Kossuth and Robert Seamans in Harvard Business Review
David Autor and Robert Seamans quoted in the New York Times about the effects of automation on employment.
James Bessen, Stephen Michael Impink, Lydia Reichensperger, and Robert Seamans
A new survey of AI startups offers insight into AI’s impact on jobs and the economy, including data suggesting a competitive market for startups and the use of AI to enhance rather than replace human labor.
Robert Seamans in Forbes
Robert Seamans and Jason Furman
Is artificial intelligence (AI) having a large effect on the economy? A variety of statistics—including robotics shipments, AI startups, and patent counts—show a large increase in AI-related activity. AI and robotics also have the potential to increase productivity growth but may cause labor market upheaval. This paper explores some strategies and policies for dealing with this upheaval.
Susan Helper, Raphael Martins, Robert Seamans
This paper offers several predictions about how Industry 4.0 – the coordinated use of robots, sensors, AI, and other digitally-enabled technologies in manufacturing – will affect which firms and occupations capture value in manufacturing. Using in-depth interviews with manufacturers that are part of the automotive value chain, the authors find that value migration within firms likely affects whether and how value migration occurs across firms.