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You will lose your job to a robot—and sooner than you think - Mother Jones


Automation helped bring on the age of Trump. What will AI bring? Sometime in the next 40 years, robots are going to take your job. I don’t care what your job is. If you dig...

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What the Industrial Revolution Really Tells Us About the Future of Automation and Work


2017, "As automation and artificial intelligence technologies improve, many people worry about the future of work. If millions of human workers no longer have jobs, the worriers...

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Video: AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning


MACHINE & DEEP LEARNING AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning: A Primer by Frank Chen, Andreesen Horowitz

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10 Year Futures (vs. What's Happening Now) | a16z - a16z


a16z talk with a look at trends in technologies: “The personal computer S-curve gave us 1.5 billion PCs and 3 billion people online, and now the smartphone S-curve is giving a ...

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Deep Learning for Robotics (dropbox.com) - Dropbox


Dropbox - 2017_12_xx_NIPS-keynote-final.pdf

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New robots can see into their future | Berkeley News - Berkeley News (2017)


New technology lets robots predict the consequences of their actions. Berkeley researchers have programmed the robot, Vestri, to complete tasks like a baby would – by playing...

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Article wired.com

Facebook’s Virtual Assistant M Is Dead. So Are Chatbots | WIRED - WIRED


Facebook's M once heralded the possibilities of chatbots. Its demise highlights the technology's limitations.

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Building a Robotic Colleague With Personality | MIT Sloan - MIT Sloan Management Review


Robots that use body language can have a positive effect on their human colleagues.

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Time to rethink the meaning of work | World Economic Forum - World Economic Forum


A growing number of people think their job is useless. The value of your work should not be determined by your paycheck, but by the amount of happiness you spread and the am...

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Minimum Wage Increases Could Speed Up Robot Adoption in the U.K. - MIT Technology Review - MIT Technology Review


British government policies to boost income for poorly paying jobs could actually incentivize firms to automate instead.

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Learning technologies could reduce automation’s economic threat | TechCrunch - TechCrunch


Call it Workforce Training 2.0—or, in industry lingo, a new twist on corporate “learning and development.” It’s a growing market that could be worth..

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The robot revolution is just beginning – TechCrunch - TechCrunch (2018)


Sanjit Dang Contributor Share on Twitter Sanjit Dang is an investment director at Intel Capital. More posts by this contributor What’s holding back VR? Online Commerce Needs An ...

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The Hidden Automation Agenda of the Davos Elite - The New York Times


In public, executives wring their hands over automation’s negative consequences for workers. In private, they talk about how they are racing to automate.

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Robotic Dreams, Robotic Realities: Why Is It So Hard to Build Profitable Robot Companies? - IEEE Spectrum - IEEE Spectrum: Technology, Engineering, and Science News


Roboticists need to discuss openly and honestly not only our successes but also our failures

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Robot Hiveminds and Network Effects | by Ali Yahya - outlast.me (2019)


While I was at Google X, I worked on an effort to build a robot hivemind. Here’s what I learned about “data network effects”. About a month ago, my partners @martin_casado an...

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Robotics - Robots that can walk are now striding to market - The Economist


They will be able to go where people can, but existing bots cannot

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