We’ve all seen the headlines about robots coming to take our jobs, decimating the employment landscape for humans, and leaving a barren wasteland of redundancy in their wake.
Well, it’s all true. Let’s start by taking a look at why your job is likely to become automated, and then explain why this is not a bad thing.
Machines are generally much quicker at performing tasks than humans, especially the more repetitive the task is. Just last week we featured a story about a bricklaying robot that can build houses 16 times faster than human builders. Importantly, machines don’t need to take […]
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