Populations agree that automation will replace jobs and increase inequality

Tom Allen
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Greece, South Africa and Argentina are the most wary of automation's possibilities

The public in many countries think that automation will lead to ‘significant' job losses and are doubtful about the technology's impact on efficiency and output, according to a survey by the Pew Re...

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