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Automation at Scale

To protect against jobs being eliminated due to automation, it is important to recognize which charac
Automation at Scale
By Jonathan Kogan • Issue #21 • View online
To protect against jobs being eliminated due to automation, it is important to recognize which characteristics are most likely to be associated with a given job being automated — perception and manipulation, creative intelligence, and social intelligence are the three bottlenecks to automation.
Cities and regions that have invested in skilled industries remain relatively safe from automation and technological dynamism will remain the best way to maximize employment and to benefit positively from new technologies.

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