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When Boston Dynamics’ robot dog opened a door you’d think the world had ended. AlphaGo handily defeated the number one ranked Go player in the world, Ke Jie. California will now allow self-driving cars on the roads without a human present. 

As impressive as all these feats of artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation are, their implications for the workplace are unclear. And while the hype around AI grows, we are still a long way off from artificial intelligence as you might imagine it, according to MIT Sloan School of Management professor Erik Brynjolffson.

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