Technology is transforming every profession in profound ways. Indeed, the internet’s ravaging of the media industry at this point is almost a cliche. But some good news for ailing newspapers: most people in the industry believe they’ve processed enough change to last them for a while. 198 more words
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When Americans talk about “robots taking our jobs,” they’re usually referring to factory work.
That’s because we don’t have self-driving trucks yet.
Truck driving is one of the occupations most vulnerable to automation, and one of the most common. 176 more words
Few debates in the world of tech are more heated right now than H-1B visa reform. Fans of the program, which grants 65,000 U.S. visas annually to foreign workers and another 20,000 to candidates with master’s degrees, say it brings in needed talent. 128 more words
San Francisco may be the land of office Ping-Pong tables and cafeterias serving free organic lunch, but New York is still king of the workplace. We mapped the headquarters of each of the companies on the 2017… 151 more words
We know that artificial intelligence will soon reshape our world. But which companies will lead the way? To help answer that question, research firm CB Insights recently selected the “AI 100,” a list of the 100 most promising artificial intelligence startups globally. 96 more words