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Robot replacements threaten South Korean workers | Money Talks

South Korea recently announced a 300-million-dollar research and development plan for the robotics industry. It's part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. But independent studies estimate some 800-million people globally could be displaced by automation and the rise of artificial intelligence in the next decade. And as Joseph Kim reports, in a high-tech economy such as South Korea, the transition could be devastating for the workforce.

Robot Technology: South Korea announces ambitious plan into robotics industry

Robot Technology: South Korea announces ambitious plan into robotics industry

Robot Recruiter: Artificial intelligence used to hire employees

Robot Recruiter: Artificial intelligence used to hire employees

South Korean union protests GM plant closure | Money Talks

South Korean union protests GM plant closure | Money Talks

South Korea and Japan row hits trade and security | Money Talks

South Korea and Japan row hits trade and security | Money Talks

NGO helps small New York businesses survive the pandemic | Money Talks

NGO helps small New York businesses survive the pandemic | Money Talks

IMF trims 2021 global GDP growth forecast to 5.9% | Money Talks

IMF trims 2021 global GDP growth forecast to 5.9% | Money Talks

G20 leaders discuss how to avert humanitarian catastrophe | Money Talks

G20 leaders discuss how to avert humanitarian catastrophe | Money Talks

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Turkish Pilates firm turns pandemic disruption to innovation | Money Talks

Turkish Pilates firm turns pandemic disruption to innovation | Money Talks

South African cinema chain bets on drive-ins during pandemic | Money Talks

South African cinema chain bets on drive-ins during pandemic | Money Talks

Converted farmland helping to revive wildlife tourism | Money Talks

Converted farmland helping to revive wildlife tourism | Money Talks

UK households face fuel poverty over shortages, high prices | Money Talks

UK households face fuel poverty over shortages, high prices | Money Talks

US Senate passes deal to hike debt ceiling until December | Money Talks

US Senate passes deal to hike debt ceiling until December | Money Talks

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