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  • The future of work in an Internet of Things
  • The future of work in an Internet of Things
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The future of work in an Internet of Things

The consequences of digital technology on the labour market have been extensively debated. Automation, advanced intelligence and advanced robotics have been part of the conversation for years now, but what about the Internet of Things? How will it affect our labour markets?

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