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How might intelligent machines affect the workforce?

We humans have survived disruptions like the printing press, the telegraph and mobile phones. We should approach human-machine collaboration with a similar mindset, according to Lori Lewis, operations leader of the Technology Trust Ethics team at Deloitte.

Lewis spoke at a recent Seattle University-sponsored discussion: “Will Intelligent Machines Prepare the Next Workforce?”

Full story at GeekWire.

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