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Robot Economy: Ready or Not, Here It Comes

@article{Arduengo2018RobotER,
  title={Robot Economy: Ready or Not, Here It Comes},
  author={Miguel Arduengo and Luis Sentis},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1812.01755}
}
Automation is not a new phenomenon, and questions about its effects have long followed its advances. More than a half-century ago, US President Lyndon B. Johnson established a national commission to examine the impact of technology on the economy, declaring that automation "can be the ally of our prosperity if we will just look ahead". In this paper, our premise is that we are at a technological inflection point in which robots are developing the capacity to do greatly increase their cognitive… Expand

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