Carl Benedikt Frey, an economist and an economic historian, is the co-author of a study that has made a lot of noise in 2013 : it showed that up to 47% of jobs were likely to be automated. Professor at Oxford, he continued to be interested in the future of work, and the relationship between automation, decommissioning and social populism. His latest book, The Technology Trap, which provides a historical comparison exciting between the beginnings of the industrial revolution and our time. We wanted to know what he thought about the impact of the pandemic of sars coronavirus on the job...
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