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Where do you see yourself next year? Being interviewed by a robot

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Robots are not simply coming after jobs in the near future: soon they will be interviewing people for them, too.

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Where do you see yourself next year? Being interviewed by a robot

Shared from on 14 October 2017

Robots are not simply coming after jobs in the near future: soon they will be interviewing people for them, too.

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Where do you see yourself next year? Being interviewed by a robot

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Robots are not simply coming after jobs in the near future: soon they will be interviewing people for them, too.

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Robots won’t destroy jobs, but they will change the nature of work

Shared from on 6 June 2017

It is unlikely that robots will destroy jobs. It is more likely that they will change the nature of work.

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Robots won’t destroy jobs, but they will change the nature of work

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It is unlikely that robots will destroy jobs. It is more likely that they will change the nature of work.

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Why fear the march of the robots? We will be walking hand in hand

Shared from on 19 April 2017

It looks like the kind of thing that should be keeping us awake at night: the march of the robots, the idea that automation will replace millions of jobs.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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There’s no need to fear march of the robots

Shared from on 28 March 2017

Pepper the robot was not playing ball at the Royal Society last week. As part of conglomerate Tata’s innovation evening, the notion of a woman-meets-machine interview was scuppered because of too much background noise, leaving the Institute of Ideas’ Claire Fox to quiz mere mortals on the rise of robots instead.

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Why robots should be taxed if they take people’s jobs

Shared from on 24 March 2017

Bill Gates says governments could use a robot tax to fund human services – it would also help remedy income inequality

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