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Mass displacement of human labor is nothing new, but the spread of artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things raises the prospect of an unprecedented wave of technology-driven job losses, with adequate replacement employment nowhere in sight.  How can we embrace the possibilities of radical innovation while addressing the threat of large-scale unemployment and a spike in inequality?

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    European Colonialism in Africa Is Alive

    Stelios Michalopoulos & Elias Papaioannou

    A proper reckoning with the past is long overdue for Europe's former colonial powers. But while toppling statues may be justified, it is more important for Europeans to understand how the political, economic, and social legacy of colonialism still operates today.

    trace the ongoing social, economic, and political consequences of the centuries-long exploitation of Africa.
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