As automation improves, what careers will be left for people?
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Since the advent of technology, there have been concerns about it replacing jobs and leaving people without an income. Technological disruption has often eliminated entire industries. However, new fields of employment have always arisen to replace those, typically focusing more on training and skills, as machines have no minds and little flexibility. While artificial intelligence may one day change that, today we will examine what sort of jobs might be available to people in the future.
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Jobs of the Future
Episode 147, Season 4 E33
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