The Robot and Automation Almanac - 2021 (Prestige Professional Publishing)
Wednesday, 23 December 2020

An annual publication, now in its third year, from the Futurist Institute, the Robot and Automation Almanac is a collection of essays from leading robot and automation experts, executives, and investors. Each of the essays focuses on the "one big thing" that each author, including Jason Schenker, sees in the year ahead: an opportunity, a risk, a challenge, investment themes, an overlooked trend, a perception shift, a step change, or a trend change.

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Aside from Jason Schenker, contributors to the 2021 almanac included Michael Walton, Kevin Paramore, Brandon Coats, Chris Lingamfelter, Djamila Amimer, Kyle Palko, Ragu Athinarayanan, Xiumin Diao, Balamurugan Balakreshnan, Matthew Frazier, Patrick Davison, Cecilia Boström, Garrett Place, Kaleb Steinhauer, Micah Green, Steven LaFevers, Nawfal Patel, Jacob Sotiriadis, Robert Handfield, and Daniel Stanton.

Author: Jason Schenker
Publisher: Prestige Professional Publishing
Date: December 2020
Pages: 180
ISBN: 978-1946197689
Print: 1946197688
Kindle: B08Q4H7D56
Audience: General
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: General interest 

 

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