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How to protect your design job from robots, according to three top designers

Robots are taking over your job. That is, if you believe futurist Thomas Frey, who predicted that 2 billion jobs will have disappeared by 2030. In a study about the Future of Employment, Oxford University academics ranked 700 occupations according to their probability of computerisation. The design industry – from fashion design to commercial and graphic design – ranked anywhere between number 89 to 161.
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