Workforce and Employment

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

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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