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Should we let robots take our jobs? | DNews

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13 July 2014



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“In a recent interview, the co-founder of Google discussed how he thinks people shouldn’t work so much, and we start having robots do most of the work! Should robots be taking our jobs? Laci discusses how robots might make our lives a lot easier!”

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This is a good, condensed inventory of many of the various considerations which emanate from the prospect of automation displacing humans in more and more roles.  If you’ve been following this debate, you won’t find a lot new here, but you may be reminded of aspects you’d forgotten about.



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