The Robots Are Not Coming To Wall Street, They're Already Here — And MultiplyingMark Melin
When considering the forthcoming computerized-automation revolution, one area where this societal change will be different from the previous industrial revolution is who it impacts. While much of the industrial revolution forced the working class to find new skills, the smart technology revolution is going to take on human intelligence – and this will impact the upper end of society, including high priced talent related jobs, in ways the industrial revolution didn’t. This is no more apparent than on “Wall Street,” leading Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio to both tout . . .
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