Workforce and Employment

How to Survive The Fourth Industrial Revolution 

Workers and robots at Turkey's first humanoid robot factory. Image: REUTERS/Murad Sezer - RC13E38D54C0

L. Rafael Reif
President Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
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