Chris Farrell says that while workers may not see massive job losses, technology will alter the mix of jobs and needed worker skills.
The pandemic accelerated automation purchases, according to an industry group, especially in agriculture, construction and fast food.
As the cost of human workers has risen, the cost of automation has fallen.
New and better jobs could be created if we invest in breakthrough technologies that generate opportunities.
A forced digitization is taking place, as is a rethinking of how business should get done.
A slate of startups are working to make custom clothing, fast.
Economist Daniel Susskind explores why automation could worsen inequality in his new book "A World Without Work: Technology, Automation, and How We Should Respond."
China's Shuoke sports equipment factory says robots have helped triple its production.
Without intervention, the disparity between thriving and lagging economies will worsen.
No, it's not because of social media or politics.