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Soon a Robot Will Be Writing This Headline; nonfiction

Jan 14, 2020 - The New York Times

In “A World Without Work,” the economist Daniel Susskind argues that, unlike during past technological shifts, machines really are becoming smart enough to take over our jobs.

A WORLD WITHOUT WORK Technology, Automation, and How We Should RespondBy Daniel Susskind

Fearing that a newfangled technology would put them out of work, neighbors broke into the house of James Hargreaves, the inventor of the spinning jenny, and destroyed the machine and also his furniture in 18th-century E...