The challenges of a no-deal Brexit are as nothing compared with those of Artificial Intelligence | Artificial intelligence

Britain, it would seem, is in a state of total unpreparedness for the coming storm. The Government pays lip service to the necessary precautionary work, but in practice does nothing beyond warning of the potential dangers and trying to ensure continuation of as much of the status quo as possible. I'm not talking here of the possibility of a “no-deal” . I'll come back to that. Rather, I'm referring to the advent of .

According to Andy Haldane, chief economist at the Bank of England, this is going to be a much bigger deal than the industrial revolution, and also, by implication, , a comparatively inconsequential rupture which merely somewhat shifts our political…

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