Radical innovations in automation and artificial intelligence suggest that we are heading toward a future of work without human workers. The Singularity Is Near, hence experts have rushed in to register the phenomenon. Call it The Second Machine Age, The Third Industrial Revolution, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, the era of The Rise of the Robots, or simply, The Inevitable;6 whatever angle of interpretation is taken, these authors speak of looming transformations in how we live and work.
|Title of host publication||Steel Cities|
|Subtitle of host publication||The Architecture of Logistics in Central and Eastern Europe|
|Editors||Tadeas Riha, Martin Spicak|
|Place of Publication||Zürich|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
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