Robots threaten $4 billion worth of upcoming Australian outsourcing deals: Commentary

While applying efficiencies through innovation/technology is indeed the future it is also critical that we do so in a prudent/incremental manner in line with socio-economic implications (re-aligning our labour force through re-training is a big part of the equation). We need to have a multi-dimensional view of progress otherwise innovation/technology may end up eating into the fabric of our society.

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