Robots and the changing workforce

AI and Society 26 (1):87-93 (2011)

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Jason Borenstein
Georgia Institute of Technology
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The use of robotic workers is likely to continue to increase as time passes. Hence it is crucial to examine the types of effects this occurrence could have on employment patterns. Invariably, as new job opportunities emerge due to robotic innovations, others will be closed off. Further, the characteristics of the workforce in terms of age, education, and income could profoundly change as a result
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