DB chief warns banking jobs will be lost to robotics but history tells a different story

John Cryan, the chief executive of Deutsche Bank, recently told bankers in Frankfurt that robots would replace many human workers at his firm. The modern history of technology, though, doesn’t bear out the supposition that technology leads to a net loss of employment – more macro factors have a larger influence than does automation.
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