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Robot workers are being hired at record rates in US companies - here’s why

“Businesses just can’t find the people they need - that’s why they’re racing to automate,” Jeff Burnstein, President of A3. Image: REUTERS/Nathan Frandino

Johnny Wood

Senior Writer, Formative Content


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