Manufacturing

The future is automated, but what does that really mean for jobs?

As automation substitutes for labor in a growing number of occupations, the impact on the quantity and quality of jobs will intensify. Image: REUTERS/Beawiharta

Laura D'Andrea Tyson

Distinguished Professor of the Graduate School, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

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