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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

Davos: The decline of globalisation?

Davos: The decline of globalisation?

Is Britain trying to ban strikes?

Is Britain trying to ban strikes?

Are the Elgin Marbles finally heading home?

Are the Elgin Marbles finally heading home?

Is Germany’s new defence minister up to the job?

Is Germany’s new defence minister up to the job?

Andrew Tate: What fuels influencers like him?

Andrew Tate: What fuels influencers like him?

Pension reform controversy in France

Pension reform controversy in France

Could tanks be a game changer for Ukraine?

Could tanks be a game changer for Ukraine?

Israel-Palestine: China more vocal as Europe remains silent?

Israel-Palestine: China more vocal as Europe remains silent?

EU's China COVID-19 Crackdown

EU's China COVID-19 Crackdown

Prince Harry's revelations

Prince Harry's revelations

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

The legacy of Pope Benedict XVI

The legacy of Pope Benedict XVI

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