Fourth Industrial Revolution

The future is automated. Here’s how we can prepare for it

The digital revolution is transforming the world of work Image: REUTERS/Robert Pratta

Peter Miscovich

Managing Director, JLL

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An employee checks robotics arms picking up calissons d'Aix at the French manufacturer factory Roy Rene in Puyricard near Aix en Provence, France, December 15, 2016 which are traditional sweets from Provence, made with almonds and candied melon and created in France in the mid-15th century. Image: REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier

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