By Steve Young
When their work day is done, there are some in Sioux Falls who never leave the office. Never meet their buddies for a cold one before going home. Never head to their kid's soccer game or to a workout at the gym. [. . .]
An analysis prepared for Sioux Falls economic development officials this spring projected that thousands of jobs in some of the city's fastest-growing fields might become obsolete within 10 to 20 years as robots and artificial intelligence take on a bigger role in the workplace and economy.
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