How to keep robots from taking your job

Comments Print Vincent Yu/AP Robot arms at work in a factory in China. Slowly but surely, the machines are stealing our jobs. Already there are assembly lines manned by mechanical arms, toll booths overseen by wireless receivers, and a retail store in the heart of Silicon Valley staffed entirely by telepresence robots. This is only the beginning. As artificial intelligence improves, even the most highly educated Americans may find themselves losing out to computers — think doctors replaced by diagnostic machines. Where to hide, then, if you can’t rely on brainpower to protect you? One suggestion, from a recent analysis of the changing job market, is to hone your social skills. Over the last 30 years, job growth has been strongest in those fields that require high levels of social…


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