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originally posted by: fleabit
There have recently been quite a few studies about automation, which sectors will be hit the hardest, how many jobs will be created vs. lost, and so on. I think it's going to worse than people realize, and not as expensive to automate as some people think.
originally posted by: rickymouse
We already have lots of dishes, I won't be buying any China.
Most of the stuff we buy we really do not need, we can afford it so we buy more things we should not be buying. It is way better than the green new deal at correcting the polution that is contributing to climate change. At least we won't be paying mega bucks for gas to go to the new job created because we are now competative with China.
So in a sense yes automation will create more AI developers and tech industry jobs over time but not equal to those lost...
Your model doesnt show reality of the markets where automation destroys jobs
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