In the interview with Professor Laibson, the topic of machine learning briefly came up and I would have loved to ask what he thinks the future of economics will be with enhanced machine learning and artificial intelligence. During the interview, Professor Laibson gave an example of repetition and rationality in which there is a difference between touching a hot pan and investing in the market. When touching a hot pan, after a few repetitions, it would be clear to not touch the pan anymore; however, when investing in the market, one may get lucky and create economical gain without the correct information. Even a person with many years of experience investing in the market may lose money, although making good investment decisions. For this reason, is it at all possible that machine learning and artificial intelligence will be implemented in a way that gives users of this technology an advantage over regular investors?