There have been a number of dire warnings in the past year about the number of jobs that are set to be automated in the next few decades. Some go as far as to suggest that 1 in 3 jobs will be done by computers within the next 20 years.
Suffice to say, these kind of proclamations seldom examine the number of new jobs that we might create and so inevitably take on a rather gloomy hue. A recent study from Massey University’s School of Management explored just how worried workers in New Zealand were of such automated unemployment. Are […]