Could Artificial Intelligence help us choose better economic policies?

Absolutely not.

Artificial Intelligence is indeed artificial, aptly renamed into Machine Learning, yet nevertheless a dangerous belief system. It leans on the notion that data, as a derivative denomination of value from the past, called hindsight, can be extrapolated and used to produce new value of foresight that breaks the norm. Such a fallacy promulgates the depravity of reason, courtesy of the systemic confounding of consequence and cause.

Already, economics is a voodoo science in its own right, as I explain in the context of the needs of the evolution of mankind. In summary, not just because economics falters because of the same kind of depravity but because the supposition of the absolutism of its theory is fundamentally incompatible with the relativity of human capacity and human ingenuity that encircles the world.

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