The robots aren’t coming for your jobs — at least according to these AI and robotics leaders

Amazon Robotics robots, evolved from the acquisition of Kiva Systems, move shelving units at the company’s robotics sortation center outside Pittsburgh. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop) PITTSBURGH — There are no shortage of headlines about automation, artificial intelligence and robotics wiping out large swaths of employment, from truck drivers to painters to food service workers.

But opinions are mixed on the robotics revolution and its potential impact on society.

Globally, 48% of respondents to a Pew Research Center survey said automating jobs historically performed by humans is a good thing, while 42% said it was a bad thing. In the U.S., […]

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