How will automation impact the labor force?
Technology is rapidly changing. Robots are replacing manual labor. Driverless trucks will replace the need for drivers. Bots will be used in all industries to replace routine work done by humans. How will this impact the labor force and society in general?
The jobs easiest to automate displace those least able to retrain. This contributes to a large and detached population from both the job market and society in general, contributing to crime, rising illegitimacy and hopelessness.
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