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  1. A boy looks on as forensic investigators work at the crash site of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737

    Commentary: You know who should study the Boeing 737 crashes? Driverless car makers

    The two disasters serve as a warning for industries, including self-driving cars where technology is taking over, says the Financial Times' Brooke ...
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    The Big Read: In the pursuit of technology, what happens to workers left behind?

    No job will be spared from technological disruptions economists say, and more can be done to help those with a higher risk of being left behind.
  3. Handout photo of robots swinging a cab and bed into place for a new heavy duty pickup truck on the

    US companies put record number of robots to work in 2018

    US companies installed more robots last year than ever before, as cheaper and more flexible machines put them within reach of businesses of all ...
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    Commentary: Are the Davos elite still relevant?

    The World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos does not need to make a breakthrough to be effective, says one observer.
  5. McDonald's self-service kiosks are seen in a prototype restaurant housed in a warehouse in Chi

    Commentary: Giant touchscreens at McDonald's have made me an unpaid staff member

    The rise of automation has contributed to an illusion that human effort can be simply substituted by machine, says one observer.
  6. Robot waiter

    Commentary: Countries are not responding well to automation

    Time for developing countries to begin seriously considering how technology will impact labour trends, say two observer.
  7. Rasel sweeps the void deck

    Commentary: Monitoring system for Tampines estate manages cleaners robotically

    Unequal power relations between such low-wage workers and their employers mean that workers are likely to be constrained in expressing their views ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: The Daimler logo is seen before the Daimler annual shareholder meeting in Berlin,

    Daimler and China's Baidu deepen automated driving alliance

    German carmaker Daimler said it will deepen a partnership with China's Baidu on automated driving and vehicle connectivity services.
  9. Drilling and filling robot "Luise" is seen in a new A320 production line at the Airbus pl

    Robots Luise, Renate join Airbus A320 production line in Hamburg

    European planemaker Airbus inaugurated a new production line for its best-selling A320 jet with robots Luise and Renate joining human workers as ...