Future of Work

Automation is not the end of the world. Here’s why

Zheng Xiaowen sits in the Snowstorm, a personal flying machine built by a group of engineering students of the National University of Singapore (NUS), as team members discuss in NUS gymnasium in Singapore December 10, 2015.

Robots probably will take our jobs. That doesn’t have to be bad news Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

Leonardo Quattrucci
Global Shaper, Brussels Hub, Amazon Web Services Institute
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