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Apr 25, 2021Liked by Spencer Chang

This post reminded me of a piece I read for an education class (https://dusp.mit.edu/sites/dusp.mit.edu/files/attachments/publication/Dancing-With-Robots.pdf). I guess it's only tangentially related, but the premise of the article is that as more jobs become automated, the remaining jobs will center on three types of work: "solving unstructured problems, working with new information, and carrying out non-routine manual tasks." So the idea of questioning existing systems and being open to tinkering is useful in the context of the future job market, too.

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