Johannes Moenius

Professor, University of Redlands

Professor, University of Redlands

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Port workers aren’t the only people who could lose their jobs to robots. Whole cities in Southern California are at risk of big job losses because of automation.

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Port workers aren’t the only people who could lose their jobs to robots. Whole cities in Southern California are at risk of big job losses because of automation.

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