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GWJ RL #13: Inversion thinking, terminators at the farm, and science myths that need to die

GWJ RL #13: Inversion thinking, terminators at the farm, and science myths that need to die
By Jordan Thibodeau • Issue #13 • View online
Hi Tribe,I hope you all had a great week. I came across a farming robot  called Farm Bot. This robot can plant and maintain  a small vegetable garden for residential use. The tech is in its infancy, but eventually the robot will be able to harvest the crops it has planted.Due to the labor shortage of  seasonal migrant works, farmers have turned to robotics to aid them. In the near future robots will be picking most of our crops. Great for those of us not working in the fields, but arguably bad for those who depend on that work to make a living. 
As always we have winners and losers during times of economic change, but it’s up to us to figure out how we handle that displacement. Rome struggled with it, will we do any better?
Always Be Learning,Jordan

Inversion: The Crucial Thinking Skill Nobody Ever Taught You (Reading Time: 11 Minutes)
As California’s labor shortage grows, farmers race to replace workers with robots - Los Angeles Times (Reading Time: 12 Minutes)
The science myths that will not die (Reading Time: 22 Minutes)
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