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The narrative of automation replacing jobs is a persistent one. The story varies depending on the narrator, but the general thrust cites multiple studies that show anywhere from 14 percent to 47 percent of jobs are at high risk of
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Kudos to Jeff Burnstein, Dana Whalls-et-al at the Association for Advancing Automation (A3), the new name and brand for the Automation Technologies Council, the parent organization to HBC clients the Automated Imaging Association, Robotic Industry Association, and Motion Control
My favorite economist, Alan Beaulieu, spoke at the Automated Imaging Association's Business Conference this week and had good news for the advanced automation industry: 2012 will be a good sales year. But another recession should be around the corner starting
Happy New Year to all! I hope all of you enjoyed your Holiday season and year-end celebrations. And I hope those celebrations come with a pretty strong balance sheet because that's what we're hearing from