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AI, Robotics — The Impact on jobs

Industrial and Technology Revolutions Disrupt Employment

Robert Allen Professor of Economic History recently published a study that considered the impact of automated weaving technology on the textile industry, during the Industrial Revolution. At that time, weaving was possibly the largest worldwide employer. Professor Allen noted that it required a highly skilled…




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