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Study: Covid speeds up robot jobs revolution

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 20 October 2020
Study: Covid speeds up robot jobs revolutionAs automation and online work gain ground, organisers of the annual Davos forum are projecting employers will split work equally between machines and people by 2025, with the coronavirus pandemic accelerating changes in the labor...
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