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Health Care and Education Will Be Among the First to Fall to Our Robot Overlords

Tim Lee has become bearish on the future of disruptive technological change: “Who knows? But it will come!” has become the de facto rallying cry for a lot of recent Silicon Valley innovations with more hype than obvious applications....But it-will-come-ism has fallen flat in recent years, and I think it’s going to continue failing in the years to come. There are a number of industries — with health care and education being the most important — where there’s an inherent limit on how much value information technology can add.
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