Engineers in South Korea test a four-metre-tall humanoid manned robot dubbed Method-2 At the start of a new year, what is there to look forward to? According to predictions from think tanks and tech experts, advances in automation and artificial intelligence will threaten the jobs of millions of workers. The CEO of one company, Capgemini, goes further, predicting that AI will be one of the key factors dividing society into the haves and have-nots, with highly skilled engineers at the one end of the spectrum and low paid unqualified worker drones at the other, with nothing in between.
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