A journalist takes you through her journey of discovery that began in college that as a Journalism major, she was told to expect her job to be replaced by robots. Sure AI and Bot technologies don’t have to be paid, never call in sick and work around the clock, but they can’t replace the complex thought process inherent in humans. Instead of fearing automation in the workforce, it can be viewed as an enhancement to help you improve your quality of work, she explains how this concept works.
- early introduction to the pandemonium that has launched an entire panel circuit around the “future of work” and the role that automation played was understood by scientists.
- british technology company blue prism has installed a digital work force of more than 300 robots at uk utility company.
- Benjamin Pring, the leader of the “future of work center” at Cognizant, a professional services firm with 256,800 employees, struggled hard to find the right technologies to replace a person at work
“Technology is willing to work around the clock, doesn’t need to be paid, and never gets sick or hurt. The inevitable conclusion is that, as a human, it will be hard to compete.”