Companies' adoption of robots is partly due to shortages in middle-aged labor

You might think robots and other forms of workplace automation gain traction due to intrinsic advances in technology—that innovations naturally find their way into the economy. But a study co-authored by an MIT professor tells a different story: Robots are more widely adopted where populations become notably older, filling the gaps in an aging industrial work force.

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