Om Malik

Technology writer

Technology writer and partner at TrueVentures.

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What do companies owe their workers, and what responsibility do they have when technology replaces those workers?

Do big tech companies have an empathy gap?

What do companies owe their workers, and what responsibility do they have when technology replaces those workers?

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