Questions for the Age of Automation

It seems to be normal that the first emotion associated with accelerated velocity is a sense of exhilaration and a desire for still further speed. However, as the acceleration continues, there comes another feeling, particularly if this change is a radical departure from the normal pace of operations or activities. This change is a feeling of apprehension, a sense of misgiving concerning whether this speed can be properly controlled and whether it can be lived with effectively. So scholar Leon C. Megginson wrote all the way back in 1963, at the very start of the automated workplace. He noted […]

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