Monday, July 10, 2017

Hope in the Humanless Economy


COVER STORY
How to Find Hope in the Humanless Economy
Robots could take half of our jobs in the next decade. Here's why Christians have nothing to fear.
KEVIN BROWN AND STEVEN MCMULLEN
"The goal was to save money," Ken Dean said. A senior IT manager near Sacramento, California, Dean oversaw Sprint's mailroom operations in the early 2000s. Inside the data center, one of three in the United States, hundreds of employees folded bills and stuffed envelopes. "Our two largest costs were postage and people," Dean said. continue reading >>


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