What the Industrial Revolution Really Tells Us About the Future of Automation and Work


"But when steam power and industrial machinery came along in the 18th century, economic activity took off. The growth that happened in just a couple hundred years was on a vastly different scale than anything that had happened before. We may be at a similar tipping point now, referred to by some as the "Fourth Industrial Revolution," where all that has happened in the past may appear minor compared to the productivity and profitability potential of the future."


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