The question has a surprising psychological factor for workers now and in the future.
The wave of machines taking over farms in the Netherlands has helped propel its rise to the world's second-biggest food exporter after the U.S.
Low-wage jobs catering to tourists and retirees proliferated after the recession.
People of color are likely to be disproportionately affected when the robots come for our jobs.
Bill Gates is in favor of it.
The revolution is coming to rural New Brunswick.
We may not realize it, but retailers are conditioning us to be our own cashiers.
Automation may put millions of garment workers in the developing world out of a job.
Robots put jobs on the line and threaten a rise in income inequality, experts say.
And it's getting millennials interested in farming.
He believes a jobs crisis is looming -- and robots are to blame.
Republican policy is all about the “chosen” thinning the herd.
Our political system is out of touch with the reality of our world.
If you have been watching political tectonics on both sides of the Atlantic, you may have noticed that analysts are increasingly
Whatever problems the administration may have in bringing back good jobs for some of its supporters, we all have a challenge
Our optimism for the future might seem like a mirage in light of recent political events. Or is it the case that gains from
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We've gone from employing people to hiring the work of machines, and while the ethics can make for an entirely different discussion, we should be aware of our place in a golden age of technology.