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    Jevons paradox is not surprising

    When a resource can be used more efficiently, we end up using more of the thing, not less.

    So, when cars get better gas mileage, people drive more, and consumption can actually go up.

    When AI learns to write computer code, the demand for programmers goes up, because more efficient code is more attractive, and we want more of it.

    Household appliances that are designed to save time and trouble end up being used for more than simply maintaining the previous level of tidiness. Because it’s easier, we raise our standards for tidy and use them more as they get easier to use.

    We rarely consider the fact that human beings have invented 6 billion jobs in my lifetime.

    My hunch is that AI is going to produce far more opportunities than it destroys.

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