Robots v Humans: Machine Earning. Jobs in Poor Countries May Be Especially Vulnerable to Automation

This fascinating article discusses the various ways in which the advancement of automatisation is projected to influence a variety of workplaces in a myriad of contexts. It suggests the ways in which policy, public opinion, and economics can influence the progression of automatisation in both richer and developing economies.

Read full story on Economist.com

Author: Economist
Original Language: English
Published on: 30 January 2016

Photo: Frank V. on Unsplash

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