Artificial Intelligence

Here's what robots mean for the future of work

Of the US companies that could benefit from robots, only 10% have opted to do so. Image: REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi

Tony Dundon

Professor of HRM & Employment Relations, University of Manchester

Debra Howcroft

Professor of Technology and Organisation, University of Manchester

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