Flawed Logic in the Robots-Jobs Debate

    At least in biopharma research, robots are less likely to replace jobs and more likely to increase human efficacy     Public discussion on the topic of robots taking jobs has to be at or near the zenith of the hype cycle. It seems like a new study on X% of workers losing their jobs to robots in Y industry is issued every day. Works like the Oxford University study in 2013, Martin Ford’s Rise of the Robots, and the Brynjolfsson/McAfee book ...
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