“This raises the question: As we grope toward the brave new automated world, is a university degree in, say, economics, philosophy, English, or anything else that isn’t to do with fixing cobots (collaborative robots) or writing algorithms, worth the PDF file it was exported on? Or is it, practically speaking, no more use than a degree in unicorn dreams and fairy farts? And if so, what are universities doing about it?”

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