May 11, 2021 3:45 am

Fridolin Wild

Tech Observer Desk
Fridolin Wild is a senior research Fellow at Oxford Brookes University
Augmented reality can provide new skills to unemployed and underemployed workers, as well as career opportunities for those without a technical background. (Photo/Agency)

Augmented Reality can reduce time, effort and cost to train workers

Technology contributes to unemployment with its ability to automate jobs, but emerging tech like Augmented Reality can provide new skills as well as career opportunities to unemployed and underemployed workers
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