The automated future
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14 November 2018
Photo: Emiliano Felicissimo
Are robots taking over the workplace? From artificial intelligence to cybernetic workforces, technological innovations are having a dramatic impact on the nature of employment. We examine how companies such as Amazon are investing in warehouse automation and how we might prepare for a robotic future.
14 November 2018
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