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Christian Hubbs

Christian Hubbs is a PhD candidate at Carnegie Mellon University working in machine learning and optimization. He blogs at datahubbs.com and co-hosts a podcast at artificiallyintelligent.tech.

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Why Does a Yield-Curve Inversion Suggest a Recession?

Blog09/25/2019

Why do yield-curve inversions so often suggest a recession is on the horizon? Understanding malinvestment and bubble economics can help.

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Artificial Intelligence and Super-Powered Economic Errors

Global Economy

Blog09/23/2019

Kai-Fu Lee’s new book AI Superpowers offers many insights into the development of of AI, but too much of the book is spent chasing economic phantoms.

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Austrian Economics Can Help Investors Look Beyond Short-Term Thinking

Blog08/17/2019

Francsico García Paramés notes that economists who focus on near-term forecasting are generally useless to investors. But principles of Austrian economists — and a long-term view in general — can provide insights outside the mainstream.

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The Dangers of Government-Funded Artificial Intelligence

Blog03/30/2019

The risk of abusing human rights through AI technologies becomes greater the more AI research is funded or directed by government agencies.

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