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Titre The robots are coming! : the future of jobs in the age of automation / Andrés Oppenheimer ; translated from the Spanish by Ezra E. Fitz, edited by the author.
Auteur Oppenheimer, Andres, 1951- author
Éditeur New York : Vintage Books, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, 2019.
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Sujet anglais Labor supply -- Effect of automation on
Labor supply -- Effect of technological innovations on
Employment forecasting
Technological innovations -- Economic aspects
Sujet français Marché du travail -- Effets de l'automatisation sur
Marché du travail -- Effets des innovations sur
Emploi -- Prévision
Innovations -- Aspect économique
Collaboration Fitz, Ezra E, translator
Description 406 pages ; 21 cm.
Note Translation of : ¡Sálvese quien pueda!
Bibliographie Includes bibliographical references (pages 383-406).
Dépouillement A jobless world? -- They're coming for journalists! : the future of the media -- They're coming for service workers! : the future of restaurants, supermarkets, and retail stores -- They're coming for bankers! : the future of banking -- They're coming for lawyers! : the future of law, accounting, and insurance firms -- They're coming for doctors! : the future of health care -- They're coming for teachers! : the future of education -- They're coming for factory workers! : the future of transportation and manufacturing -- They're coming for entertainers! : the future of the acting, music, sports, and leisure industries -- The job of the future -- Epilogue: The top ten job fields of the future.
Résumé "How will automation affect the jobs of factory workers, executives, lawyers, physicians, bankers, accountants, journalists, artists, and many other people over the next decade? Will robots and artificial intelligence lead us to a jobless world? These are increasingly pressing questions as robots and artificial intelligence are already replacing growing numbers of workers, and several studies predict that they may take over an even greater number of occupations in the near future. In his new book, Oppenheimer--a Miami Herald columnist and a member of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team--tells us what the workforce will look like. He traveled to Japan to sleep in a robot-staffed hotel; visited forward-thinking high-tech companies in South Korea, Israel, and Silicon Valley; studied the sales strategies of motorcycle-riding bankers in Costa Rica; dined at a fully automated restaurant in San Francisco; and interviewed some of the world's leading futurists in nearly a dozen countries. The Robots Are Coming! is a trepidatious and alarming exploration of the rise of automation and a cautionary tale about the future of jobs."--Back cover.
ISBN 9780525565000 (paperback)
Autre titre ¡Sálvese quien pueda! English
Bibliothèque Note Cote Statut
 SAUL-BELLOW - Adultes - Documentaires    331.12 OPP  DISPONIBLE
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