I like this point in the speech: "Yes, advances...

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I like this point in the speech: "Yes, advances in technology do leave us all behind – temporarily. But that's the point. And those same technological advances also give us the tools to quickly catch up – and to improve our lives. One need only look at the productivity tables of the last half-century for proof of that. That same mainframe computer that once threatened our jobs, is now the laptop computer that lets us work at home and virtually communicate face to face with anyone in the world. Technology isn't leaving us behind; rather, as always, it pulls us along in its wake"
Resolved: The Average Worker Is Being Left Behind by Technology -
Last Sunday, I found myself once again standing before a standing-room-only crowd at the Oxford Union, the world's most famous debating society.  For a suburban kid who stayed as
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