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Until the robots can arrange flowers, there will still be jobs for humans

Much has been written about the rise of automation, and what it means for the future of employment.

There’s mounting evidence that workers in wide swaths of job categories will be replaced, and the most vulnerable jobs are ones that require little education and offer low pay. 279 more words

American Aerospace and 5G Wireless Networks

From Bloomberg Business Week, Feb. 16, 2017: 

The fast-growing drone industry is eagerly awaiting the advent of 5G. Most unmanned craft store video-and-mapping data from their flights onboard, then download it after landing. 137 more words

American Aerospace

Stability Is Good for Business. Trump’s Whims Threaten It

Trump and uncertainty go together. Ever since becoming the President, he has tried doing lot of things he promised in his election campaign. Businesses like to plan ahead for the future. 121 more words


Required Reading

This week, magazine designers go for the jugular, Trump turned down Warhol prints, the state of the digital in 2017, ancient Roman cities, female photojournalists, and more. 15 more words

For Artists

After 14 days of Donald Trump, news magazine covers are getting dark

It won’t help mainstream media shake the perception of a liberal bias, that’s for sure. The latest crop of covers from major news magazines have taken a noticeably dim view of US president Donald Trump’s first days in office. 48 more words

At Skirt Club, Women Mix Business With Pleasure

Do you think you might get on the body tequila table? asks Genevive LeJeune. The founder of the all-women networking society Skirt Club, LeJeune is with about 75 female professionals on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles at a bar called Mmhmmm, a thoroughly appropriate name considering the

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