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Washington Post: "Robots won’t kill the workforce, they’ll save the global economy"

"Across the world, the labor pool isn't growing fast enough to support our needs"

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"The United Nations forecasts that the global population will rise from 7.3 billion to nearly 10 billion by 2050, a big number that often prompts warnings about overpopulation. Some have come from neo-Malthusians, who fear that population growth will outstrip the food supply, leaving a hungry planet.

"Others appear in the tirades of anti-immigrant populists, invoking the specter of a rising tide of humanity as cause to slam borders shut. Still others inspire a chorus of neo-Luddites, who fear that the 'rise of the robots' is rapidly making human workers obsolete, a threat all the more alarming if the human population is exploding.

"... [But] it may not be long before economists are worrying about a global shortage of robots. In many industrial countries, from Germany to Japan to South Korea, growth in the working-age population has already peaked, acting as a drag on the economy."

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