Feedback: robots and the professions

Reader comments on Andrew Hill’s column last week ©Dreamstime Andrew Hill’s column last week looked at how automation would ultimately affect lawyers, consultants and accountants. Readers launched a broader discussion about robots and the workplace in the comment section: More On this topic IN Management Artificial intelligence replacing humans seems to be a red herring. We have lost sight of it but the purpose of any economy is to provide a living for humans. AI and robots are not final consumers. If there are too few final human consumers then automation loses its purpose. The ultimate result of pervasive automation is either economic collapse or comprehensive redistribution. goldghost Related Topics Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2016. You may share using our article tools.Please don’t cut articles from and redistribute…

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