Robots from Shenzhen-based start-up Aelos Robotic perform with heightened dexterity at the Shanghai CES electronics show in early June. More than 50 companies showcased a new generation of robots – mostly to serve as companions in the home or butlers in shopping malls – at the show. Photo: AP
James Liang
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James Liang

Why robots won’t be stealing your job or leaving you bankrupt

Artificial intelligence is not something to be feared, it’s the key to our future

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Robots from Shenzhen-based start-up Aelos Robotic perform with heightened dexterity at the Shanghai CES electronics show in early June. More than 50 companies showcased a new generation of robots – mostly to serve as companions in the home or butlers in shopping malls – at the show. Photo: AP
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