Jobs we’ll lose to machines and the ones we won’t. Anthony Goldbloom

Technology and the future of technology can be a very scary thought if you begin to peel away the layers and have a clear understanding of whats at risk. In the wake of new advances in algorithms and coding, soon computers will be able to detect diseases and handle mass functions, calculations and workloads more extensively than they already are. We know that robots presence in the future workforce is inevitable, but to what extent?


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