Why your job may be disappearing
from By Patrick Gleeson
From January 31:
For more than 50 years, intellectuals like Herman Kahn have been predicting a future where very few of us will work. Yet unemployment is no worse than it's ever been. Reasonably enough, most of us have stopped worrying about it. But recent developments in automation and artificial intelligence have sharply increased the chances that your job's going away — and probably far sooner than you think. Worse, according to an alarming article in The New York Times, many business leaders not only believe technology-related job losses will be substantial in the near future — they're looking forward to it!
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