Jobs anxiety 'hampering policy'
The Australian, by Jackson Hewett, 4 December 2018
Automation anxiety may have peaked in 2018, and those fears have real costs, AlphaBeta Director Andrew Charlton says in an article in The Australian.
“One of the main reasons why Malcolm Turnbull’s innovation agenda floundered wasn’t so much the quality of the agenda as the negative reaction it had in the public … this has a really negative impact on dynamic policy, on the ability of businesses to evolve their business models and probably on individuals themselves as they make choices about education and career progression.”
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