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Infographic — Effects of Automation at Work

Infographic: The Effects of Automation at Work | Statista You will find more statistics at Statista

13 August 2017. Science & Enterprise reports frequently on technologies used in the work place, like artificial intelligence and robotics. On Friday, our friends at Statista presented data from a survey by KRC Research on opinions of automation at work, broken down by management and workers. Overall, workers see somewhat more risks from automation, while management tends to see more advantages.

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