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Mark Sackler
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17/06/2020 10:43 am  
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Few subjects occupy the minds of futurists these days more than automation, and its effects on the future of work. Various forms of automation, robotics and artificial intelligence are changing the world of work and threatening to render millions or perhaps billions of jobs obsolete. A general shutdown of much of the world's economy during…


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