“Workers of the world, buy robots!”
If Karl Marx were alive today, would this be the rallying cry he’d offer to workers whose jobs are threatened by the spread of automation in factories and offices? Maybe not. But it would still be sensible advice, according to a recent study by UniCredit SpA economist Harm Bandholz.
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