Aggregate demand and aggregate supply model, Macroeconomics

In the late 1990s, a growing number of economists expressed concern that the world policy makers were often focusing too much on fighting inflation, without fully taking into account the new economic realities, particularly, the rapid technological advances fueled by the IT revolution. Explain the argument these economists were making, using the AS/AD model. 

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