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Submission + - Robots Help Manufacturing Recover Without Adding Jobs (singularityhub.com)

kkleiner writes: For the last 30 years, automation has enabled U.S. manufacturing output to increase and lift profits without having to add any traditional jobs. Now, in the last decade, nearly a third of manufacturing jobs are gone. As manufacturing goes the way of agriculture, the job market must shift into new types of work lest mass technological unemployment and civil unrest overtake these beneficial gains.
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Robots Help Manufacturing Recover Without Adding Jobs

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