Could millions of jobs soon be eliminated by artificial intelligence and robots? From driverless cars to digital assistants, it seems the world of work is on the cusp of a technological revolution. But are the robots really knocking at the door? And what does all this mean for New Zealanders?
Kinley Salmon is one of the sharpest young minds looking at our future. An economist and writer (The John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, The Economist), he is currently working in Washington. His new book, Jobs, Robots & Us: Why the Future of Work in New Zealand is in Our Hands, is available in all good bookstores.
In conversation with Bernard Hickey
Monday 27 May, 6.00–7.00 p.m.
(doors open 5.30 p.m.)
City Gallery Wellington
Free entry, all welcome
In partnership with City Gallery Wellington.