Jun. 11th, 2017

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Are you in the black or in the white? There's a very clear graph here...

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/visualizing-jobs-lost-automation/

The difference between the machines of old and the computer is the computer's a universal machine. And robots are, potentially, universal machines too. So the first to sign up for the jobs of the future will most likely be the machines that create them.

It's odd teachers aren't seen as being at risk. Perhaps because they're doubling as babysitters while their students' parents are at work? But if there's less work for the parents, couldn't they be at home monitoring their kids' study - be it online or via an in-home robot?

What will those with a decent income want that can't be provided by machines?

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