Automation, artificial intelligence and the internet of things were already encouraging us to consider the future of employment. The crisis has pushed that discussion to the fore
In A World Without Work, Daniel Susskind asks a very important question: “will there be enough work for everyone to do in the twenty-first century?” “No”, he answers — the threat of technological unemployment is now real. Susskind isn’t the first to write a robots-will-replace-you book. He won’t be the last. But he does set […]
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