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Robots Won’t Steal Our Jobs if We Put Workers at Center of AI Revolution

Rather than fret about the destruction of jobs by future technologies, let's focus on how to shape them so they complement the workforce of tomorrow. The post Robots Won’t Steal Our Jobs if We Put Workers at Center of AI Revolution appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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