Now that rotation is looming, this card might be a contender for decks that wish to avoid flooding their hand with any particular type of card. Jackson is gone, so we are no longer going to be able to recycle our archives to R&D as easily or frequently. The idea with this card is that you do not draw extra cards that you cannot use. You just get to select which card you are going to draw. It provides selection and you will find out that this is what you are looking for most of the time.
This effect is deceptively powerful. Because you now get to choose which of the top two to draw, you will more frequently draw the card you need now and not have surplus cards rotting in your hand like ice you cannot play, agendas you cannot score, or a combo of operations and/or assets that you do not have the time for currently. This effect is however not perfect, because you will occasionally draw two cards that you want both copies of.
There are also three small bonuses that are less well-known: This card breaks R&D lock if there is no multi-access in place. And: Because you will cycle faster through your deck, you do not need to include as many copies of a card as before in order to retain the same amount of access to that card. This frees up deck space. Finally, as stated by jrp: This effect triggers on both turns, so you can really get your value if you also draw a card on the runner's turn (Eli 2.0, Errand Boy, Tapestry, Advanced Concept Hopper...).