I often talk about the incredible benefits exponential technologies like machine learning, robotics, and 3D printing will bring to society. However, one major potential concern is that these same technologies will cause widespread unemployment across the board. This is often referred to as technological unemployment.

In fact, one recent study out of the Martin School at Oxford suggests that 47% of our jobs are at high risk of being replaced in the next one to two decades.

After discussing the concept with a group of CEOs and thought leaders, we've determined that there are four main possible outcomes. Which of the following do you think is most likely to occur?

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* 1. How important is the topic of technological unemployment?

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* 2. In your opinion, exponential technologies will impact jobs in the following way:

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