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Trump’s budget is awful if you’re a worker, great if you’re a robot | WIRED

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17 March 2017



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WHEN THE ROBOTS rise up, they won’t take your life. They’ll take your job, particularly those in fields primed for automation, like manufacturing, trucking, and customer service. Technologists, economists, and policymakers believe this future is all but inevitable, and say it’s time to begin thinking seriously about how to ensure artificial intelligence advances humanity and improves the economy, without leaving the middle class behind.

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Alex Kirkpatrick is a passionate writer and science communicator...
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