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Manufacturing jobs will go to robots, not American workers.

Robot warfare should be outlawed before it becomes commonplace.

The adventure story offers lessons for entrepreneurs and innovators.

We have a choice: Build an amazing future or head into dystopia.

Apple loyalists may not like this idea.

Though the carmaker might be trying to do too much too fast.

Motorists will eventually feel as comfortable with software driving their cars as they are with software flying their airplanes.

Robots will drive our cars, manufacture our goods, and do our chores.

Students with high GMAT scores may lack traits that businesses need -- including the desire to take risks.

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