The flow of reports about the impact of automation, mostly dire , continues. The latest is from StartupAUS , Australia’s national startup advocacy group.
This report follows the now familiar line captured in the phrase “exponential technologies”: exponential improvements in computer power and advances in technology such as artificial intelligence, robotics, big data, cloud computing and the internet of things will have a profound impact on future employment, with almost 5 million current jobs (that is 40% of the workforce) in Australia becoming obsolete by 2030.
This follows in the footsteps of a detailed CEDA report in 2015, which conducted the […]
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