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Job automation won't be as bad as we think, so we need to learn how to stop working and prepare so we're not dragged into the future kicking and screaming.
22 September, 2016
A worker arranges Japan's telecom giant Softbank's 'Pepper' humanoid robots in a hotel in Tokyo. (Photo credit KAZUHIRO NOGI/AFP/Getty Images)
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