Algorithms are Coming for Their Jobs, so Workers are Teaching Themselves Algorithms

Algorithms are Coming for Their Jobs, so Workers are Teaching Themselves Algorithms

When cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes started automating its quality assurance testing last year, it knew that the move could put more than four dozen employees out of work. Rather than simply replace them with tech, though, the Santa Clara, Calif., firm turned to tech to save their jobs. Read more at the LA Times

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When cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes started automating its quality assurance testing last year, it knew that the move could put more than four dozen employees out of work. Rather than simply replace them with tech, though, the Santa Clara, Calif., firm turned to tech to save their jobs. Read more at the LA Times

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