His daughters, 3-year-old twins, will probably make it to the year 2100. But he is very unlikely to live to see that himself. Art Rooijakkers (46) sighs - he already finds it a terrible thought. What kind of world will Puk and Keesje soon live in, he wondered. Will they have to wear mouth caps permanently or get injected with fillers? Will they still write or just type and swipe? Will they still need to work 40 hours a week or will robots take most of the work...
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