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CEOs: Automation will increase, but human workforce to grow 6% in next 3 years

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Tech CEOs: Automation will increase, but human workforce to grow 6% in next 3 years

Tech company CEOs plan to increase automated work in the next three years, but they also plan to increase their headcounts by at least 6%, according to a recent survey.

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