Fourth Industrial Revolution

Here’s why robots are actually going to increase human employment

An AI-powered robot named Ariel delivers room service at Hotel Sky in Africa. Image: REUTERS/ Sumaya Hisham

Amar Hanspal

CEO, Bright Machines

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