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    Google commits $1 billion in grants to train U.S. workers for high-tech jobs /Link

     The nature of work is changing on a global level at a rapid pace. Sure, it’s not the first time work has been dramatically impacted by technology, but the growth of automation, robotics, AI and the like have the potential to displace jobs at an unprecedented rate. And Google will almost certainly be one of the driving forces behind that transformation. Read More




    (@)Brian Heater

    Published on 12 Oct 2017 at 05:57PM

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