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Automation of labor / Rachel Bozek, book editor
BOOK | Greenhaven Publishing, LLC | 2020. | First edition.
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First edition.
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200 pages ; 23 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
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Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
The importance of opposing viewpoints -- Introduction -- Does the automation of labor diminish job opportunities? Labor opportunities are not threatened by automation / Mark Paul ; It's time to stop the "end of work" hysteria / Tony Dundon and Debra Howcroft ; Changes in the workforce are a direct result of automation / Steve Bates ; Experts are divided on the future job market / David Trilling ; We should prepare for good jobs, not just any jobs / Jessica Davis Pluess ; Robots won't steal all our jobs as long as employers and workers adapt / Paul Osterman ; Job loss and automation are not necessarily connected / The World Bank Group -- Is resistance to the automation of labor just a present-day version of the Luddite Fallacy? Look to the Industrial Revolution to understand how painful the transition to automation will be / Moshe Y. Vardi ; Disruption in the job market already has begin / Nick Heath ; The American trucking industry sees automation in its future / Dominic Rushe ; Automation and AI can coexist with paying jobs / Lori G. Kletzer ; The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is cause for concern / Larry Elliott ; The benefits of self-driving cars will outweigh the drawbacks, including job loss / Joel Lee ; Automation poses a threat to white-collar jobs, too / National Public Radio -- Will the automation of labor generate any new growth? It is possible to retrain post automation / Erin Carson ; Automation allows humans to do other--more significant--work / Quartz Media ; Computers willl not replace teachers / Sarah Marsh ; Personalized learning is likely effective in the short term / John F. Pane, Elizabeth D. Steiner, Matthew D. Baird, Laura S. Hamilton, and Joseph D. Pane ; Personalized learning has positive effects / Bob Nilsson ; The true impact of automation on the future of jobs remains unclear / Laura D'Andrea Tyson ; Robots are improving productivity, not costing jobs / Mark Muro and Scott Andes -- Are we headed toward a jobless future? Workers express concerns about the future of their jobs / Aaron Smith ; Robots may lead to employment devastation / Dan Shewan ; The automation argument misunderstands our capitalist economy / Katharina Nieswandt ; Productivity has risen but wages have not / Randeep Sudan and Darshan Yadunath -- For further discussion -- Organizations to contact.
Summary
There have been many benefits to automation, including affordable pricing and accessibility of goods through mass marketing, but its impact on the workforce also has the potential to cripple society. While automation saves billions of dollars for corporations, it also eliminates jobs from the workforce. Advancements in artificial intelligence mean that manufacturing jobs are not the only sector to fall victim to job displacement; experts predict that many white-collar jobs soon will be carried out by computers. In this resource, experts predict how the labor market will be restructured and how humans can successfully adapt to these changes.
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Bozek, Rachel.
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9781534505063
1534505067
9781534505070 (pbk.)
1534505075 (pbk.)
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