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Automation in Manufacturing Will Create More, Better Paying Jobs

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Automation is a wonderful boon...or a terrible sign of destruction. Let's sort out the truth in all the confusion.
If the auto industry hits expected sales growth, it will be a boon to the electronics industry, as the number of cars with electronic components and the number of electronic components in each car grows by leaps and bounds.
The threat of cyberattack is real. In fact, American factories have quietly been growing more and more susceptible to threats over time.
Amazon is in a prime position to enter the Industrial Internet. That may be a big change for manufacturers and supply chain pros...it's definitely one to keep an eye on.
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