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do we think of the jobs that might have been lost because of these computers and machines. Today, we no longer fear the computer that Professor Simon was afraid of, but something more profound: artificial intelligence (AI) or the capacity of machines to make predictions using large amounts of data to take actions in complex, unstructured environments ( Agrawal et al., 2018a ). Complex decision-making under uncertainty is at the heart of modern economies. Whether as a consumer deciding which products and services to consume, as an employee when it comes to choosing