Washington, Oct 5: According to the World Bank research, "Automation would threaten 69 percent of the jobs in India, while 77 percent in China." The research states that the technology could fundamentally disrupt the pattern of traditional economic path in developing countries.
World Bank president Jim Kim said."As we continue to encourage more investment in infrastructure to promote growth, we also have to think about the kinds of infrastructure that countries will need in the economy of the future. We all know that technology has and will continue to fundamentally reshape the world."