How one entrepreneur is building bridges to help spur American innovation | VentureBeat | Entrepreneur | by Ken Yeung

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As the U.S. becomes acclimated to the reality of a new president, something that’s on the minds of Americans is the changing economic landscape. People are fearful of the impact automation and technology has on their livelihoods — it’s estimated that 5 million jobs could be lost by 2020 because of the “fourth industrial revolution,” according to the 2016 World Economic Forum. Is the solution to all of this simply teaching workers how to code? Obviously not. “Countries will have to invest in tra.  show all text

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