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10 April 2017
Politicians and economists have increasingly been talking about the risks of a future where robots make all of our jobs obsolete. But is that future already upon us?
And in the meantime, are big companies using technology to create 21st century workhouses with bad conditions and even worse pay?
Stefan Baskerville, NEF’s Principal Director for Unions and Business, and previous guests Alice Martin and Annie Quick join us this week to tackle the big issues — and the threat of robots revolting…
Work & pay
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