Robot KamChAI, Hong Kong’s first AI tea maker. By 2038, more than one million jobs in Hong Kong will be at risk, including for secretaries, accountants and auditors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

How AI idea from US democrat can work, as Hong Kong turns grey

  • Andrew Yang, a US Democratic presidential hopeful, proposes taxing AI and robots
  • Hong Kong can use such creative taxation to counter the AI jobs threat and cushion the blow for its rapidly ageing society
Topic |   Artificial intelligence

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Robot KamChAI, Hong Kong’s first AI tea maker. By 2038, more than one million jobs in Hong Kong will be at risk, including for secretaries, accountants and auditors. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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