By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent…

By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent of an additional 1.1 billion to 2.2 billion full-time workers

Today, about half the activities that people are paid to do in the global economy have the potential to be automated by adapting demonstrated technology. All economies, from Brazil and Germany to India and Saudi Arabia, stand to gain from the hefty productivity boosts that robotics and artificial intelligence will bring. The productivity growth enabled by automation can ensure continued prosperity in aging nations and could provide an additional boost to fast-growing ones.

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https://hbr.org/2017/04/the-countries-most-and-least-likely-to-be-affected-by-automation//cdn.embedly.com/widgets/platform.js

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