As technology advances it seems as if robots are likely to take over our lives. In theory, almost any job that involves any type of repetition can be done more efficiently and more cheaply by an automaton than a human. Martin Ford looks at the alarming consequences of this and, although he offers no easy solutions, his conclusions are not entirely bleak. If we want a better world we must take responsibility for our actions.
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