Peter Morici: Strict limits on AI would harm unionized actors and writers


The Hollywood actors and writers strikes spotlight many of the difficulties that businesses and workers both face in the post-COVID economy and from the challenges of the growing gig economy and artificial intelligence.

To understand why, you have to go back before cable, big-screen TVs and the internet. Then, just about everyone was limited to what local theaters and the three major television networks offered. Larger cities also had one or few independent stations, whose prime-time fare was mostly reruns of network shows…

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