April 2020, Vol. 247, No. 4


Control Centers at the Heart of Innovation, Advancement

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor         A well-read retired banking consultant in Chicago who wouldn’t know a frack crew from a cricket team sent me a serious article on automation and the future global workforce in the venerable British publication The Guardian. It was an interview with Oxford University Economist Daniel Susskind, talking about his latest book, “A World without Work.”  (photo: Edmonton Control Center) In a nutshell, Susskind doesn’t think the industrialized world is taking seriously enough the prospect for tens or hundreds of thousands of jobs disappearing in the wake of the technological advances that are occur

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