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Our "AI" Future --"Apple's iPhone Manufacturer to Replace 500,000 workers with One Million Robots Over Next 3-5 Years"

In 2011, China's Foxconn, the company that builds Apple's iPhone and iPad hardware and many of the android smartphones, had announced a plan to replace 500,000 mainland Chinese workers with 1 million robots over the next 3-5 years. The company...
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