Artificial Intelligence

Can robots improve export quality in developing countries?

"One potential upside of automation is that robots consistently perform tasks to greater precision than human workers". Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Jonathan Timmis

Economist, Office of the Chief Economist for East Asia and the Pacific, World Bank

Timothy DeStefano

Economist, Harvard Business School, Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH)

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Robots can lead to export quality upgrading for both developed and developing countries. Image: World Bank

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