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Automation is Coming: Stop Whining and Get Prepared

It seems not a day goes by that we don't hear something about automation and new technologies that are going to replace human jobs. Perhaps it's a large company like Google, Apple or Tesla working on a self-driving car; a company working on an implantable chip put into the human body to detect a serious disease years before it is even recognizable by modern medicine standards; or a no name guy who rises to fame with a new app that simplifies a difficult and tedious task.
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