Research and Policy Fellow, Brookings Institution
Daniel Araya is a researcher and advisor to government with a special interest in education, technological innovation and public policy. His newest books include: Augmented Intelligence (2016), Smart Cities as Democratic Ecologies (2015), and Rethinking US Education Policy (2014). He has a doctorate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is an alumnus of Singularity University’s graduate program in Silicon Valley. He can be found at www.danielaraya.com.
Technology has the potential to save many lives, limit environmental damage, and to increase productivity and living standards everywhere, if the gains are distributed equally. Yet, automation driven by artificial intelligence and machine learning is also expected to replace tens of millions of jobs currently generated by America’s economy within the next twenty years. This panel […]