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Central Bankers Seem Seriously Confused About Robots and the Economy

I suppose that is their natural state. After all, they completely missed the housing bubble and then somehow expected the economy would bounce right back even though there was nothing to replace the demand generated by the bubble. Anyhow, at least according to this NYT article, they are very confused about the course of technology. There are two big issues that the piece implies the bankers are missing.
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