NYSSA Book Club: “The Second Machine Age” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee

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NYSSA Book Club: “The Second Machine Age” by Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee

Tuesday, August 8th 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm      

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NYSSA Conference Center 1540 Broadway #1010, New York, NY 10036  

Registration Deadline

Monday, August 7th    


FREE | Members Only    


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NYSSA Book Club

The NYSSA Book Club meets monthly and is designed to be an informal group discussion on a multitude of investment related topics. We will generally have 2-3 books planned in advance so NYSSA members can pick and choose which ones they are interested in attending. At each meeting, we discuss as a group which books will be on the calendar. Overall, a fantastic way to build on our investment knowledge and meet other like-minded members.

Program Overview

This book examines the proliferation and dispersion of robots in all aspects of work and life. The use of robots is moving beyond the factory floor and becoming more prevalent in services, health care, autos and home care. Increasingly able to perform duties oncereserved for skilled labor, robots are putting the jobs of low and high wage workers at risk. We look forward to seeing you at the July event to discuss this and other questions in more detail.

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