Tweet theft: How AI will make you unemployed, even if you retrain as a data scientist

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Tweet theft: We've stolen all the best tweets so you don't have to spend all day looking for them
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Tweet theft: We've stolen all the best tweets so you don't have to spend all day looking for them

All the past week or two's best tech tweets stolen to order

Robots and artificial intelligence are increasingly becoming a common fixture of mainstream news and comment (ie: nonsense). But just as in pretty much every decade from the industrial revolution onwards...

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