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Martin Ford is the founder of a Silicon Valley-based software development firm. He has over 25 years experience in the fields of computer design and software development. He holds a computer engineering degree from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a graduate business degree from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Washington Post: The Robots are Coming

A multi-part series from the Associated Press:

Video: The Robot Unemployment Threat -  Financial Times  (The video uses this graph from The Lights in the Tunnel).

Slate Magazine: Will Robots Steal Your Job?

The Economist: Artificial Intelligence / Luddite Legacy

The Fiscal Times: The Robot Revolution: Your Job May be Next

Minnesota Public Radio Interview- Technology and Disappearing Middle Class Jobs

PBS TV: Ideas in Action - "Will Robots Take our Jobs?"

USA Today

Los Angeles Times

A Review by the Future of Work Project

Review by The Futurist Magazine

CQ Researcher "Will Artificial Intelligence Lead to Unemployment?"

Article at Fortune.com/CNN Money by Martin Ford, the author of The Lights in the Tunnel

Article at Forbes.com by Martin Ford, the author of The Lights in the Tunnel

Project Syndicate: To the Jobless Economy by Martin Ford, the author of The Lights in the Tunnel

A review by Brad Feld , a prominent venture capitalist with deep experience in technology.

Review at Singularity Hub , a blog focused on future technologies.

Blast Magazine (Boston area online magazine)

CNET Review by Chris Matyszczyk 

Los Angeles Times Article

San Franciso Chronicle Article

Interview with the Author on Minnesota Public Radio - Technology and Disappearing Middle Class Jobs 

Interview with the Author on KALW San Francisco - Will Robots Take Your Job? 

Interview with the Author onNPR: "The Dark Side of Watson"

Interview with the Author on Southern California Public Radio: "Losing your job to a machine"

Interview with the Author on South Carolina NPR

Interview with the Author on FastForward Radio

Interview with the Author on ChangeSurfer Radio

Interview with the Author on KGNU Denver/Boulder -"It's the Economy"



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Is Economists' belief in the Luddite fallacy still reasonable in the face of exponentially advancing information technology?

What are the economic implications of the Technological Singularity