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# Automation

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# rugby weekly extra
Schmidt's 'clarity' makes All Blacks a different-looking proposition
Eoin Toolan and Gavan Casey discussed New Zealand’s spectacular seven-day turnaround on today’s pod for The42 members.
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# Automation
'If a self-driving car mistakes a child for a dog and doesn't swerve, who's liable there?'
The CEO of the Road Safety Authority Moyagh Murdock said legislators have to be careful when drafting laws dealing with automation.
# Automation
Poll: Should every citizen in Ireland get €200 a week regardless of income?
The idea has been trialled in other countries, including Finland and Kenya, Brazil and Canada.
# Job Losses
This town in Longford is the most at-risk place from job automation in the country
Research from University College Cork has identified the top 10 most at-risk towns in Ireland for the first time.
# Automation
Partially driverless trucks to be on UK roads by 2019
The trucks travel in a convoy and are connected wirelessly.
# Automatic For The People
Are robots going to take all of our jobs?
# TechKnowHow
Want to make your phone more useful? Try automating tasks
It might not be for everyone but it can speed tasks up or allow you to carry out entirely different actions.
# special delivery
Amazon gives us a clearer look at how its drones are going to work
Its new prototype drone comes with ‘sense and avoid’ technology to help it avoid collisions, both in the air and on the ground.
# TechGuide
Here's how you can create your own micro-apps on your iPhone
Workflow allows you to create custom tasks on your iPhone by combining actions from existing apps.
# Automatic For The People
These jobs are most likely to be replaced by robots
Bad news for proof readers, projectionists and butchers.
# robots
'Automation is Voldemort': tech experts polled on the future impact of robots and AI
“What are people for in a world that does not need their labour, and where only a minority are needed to guide the ‘bot-based economy?’”