An October Pew Research Center report examined Americans’ views about automation, including their opinions on how widespread these technologies would become over the next 20 years. Here’s what Americans expect to happen when it comes to four specific types of automation.
- Computer programs will diagnose and treat most diseases
- Most stores will be fully automated and involve little human interaction
- Most deliveries in cities will be made by robots or drones instead of human
- People will create most of the products they buy at home using a 3-D printer.
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