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Why Robots Pose A Huge Threat To Low-Wage Workers Around The World

We see the headlines often these days, screaming that robots and automation will take our jobs. And while, yes, artificial intelligence and robotics are changing the workforce by automating jobs, so it has been since humans began using tools. A dishwasher replaces the job of the person washing dishes; a cookstove [...]
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