March of the Robots

Robots are becoming increasingly useful. And they’re arriving just in time to save us from an ageing workforce, experts say.

The evolution of robots [Phonlamai Photo/Shutterstock]

RATHER THAN be worried that robots will take our jobs over the next 20 years, we should be more afraid there won’t be enough robots. That’s the prediction made by roboticist and serial entrepreneur Rodney Brooks.

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