OpinionJun 13 2017

Robo-pensions could be the only solution

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A train driver and a French teacher volunteered that robots, which wouldn’t get tired or bored, would be more reliable as train driver/language teachers. 

Artificial intelligence brings to us no end of possibilities, including potentially the end to work as we know it. They could be opening for us the possibility of a world of leisure. 

So why not let them prepare the new galaxy of retirement? We feel distinctly queasy about robots giving us any advice around money (and possibly advice at all). 

Dirk Paterson is director of the Corporate Comms Shop