For our next episode of TL/DR, we dig deeper into the rulemaking process - the process by which regulatory agencies create rules that implement a piece of legislation. We explore procedural questions such as the public comment period, and discuss ways for politically engaged citizens to participate in the process.
For our first episode of TL/DR, we analyze popularly cited studies which predict that automation may eliminate upto 47% of American jobs. We also consider a couple of example professions that have been transformed by automation and think through policy implications of this coming wave.
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 Peter Reinhardt, "Replacing Middle Management Jobs with APIs", Link: https://rein.pk/replacing-middle-management-with-apis