Relationship To Unemployment
Although the process of implementing automation to industries may cause a temporary fall in the demand for Human capital, in the long run and for society as a whole it has only led to cheaper products, lower average work hours, and new industries forming (I.e, robotics industries, computer industries, design industries).
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