80% of those polled said their own job will “probably” or “definitely” still exist at that time

​Most Americans Think Robots Will Take All the Jobs, Just Not Theirs. Some two-thirds of the Americans believe that in fifty years, robots and computers will "probably" or "definitely" be performing most of the work currently carried out by humans. While we might believe automation is a threat to the workforce at large, individually, we... Continue Reading →

By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent…

By 2065, the productivity growth that automation could add to the largest economies in the world is the equivalent of an additional 1.1 billion to 2.2 billion full-time workersToday, about half the activities that people are paid to do in the global economy have the potential to be automated by adapting demonstrated technology. All economies,... Continue Reading →

Lifetime learning, continued training and retraining throughout their lives are key to staying ahead of increasingly…

Lifetime learning, continued training and retraining throughout their lives are key to staying ahead of increasingly skilled machinesRobots are getting very good at a whole bunch of jobs and tasks, but there are still many categories in which humans perform better.And, perhaps more importantly, robots and other forms of automation can aid in the creation... Continue Reading →

35% of UK jobs are at risk of being automated over the next two decades

35% of UK jobs are at risk of being automated over the next two decadesAccording to Oxford University, in the years ahead, millions of jobs in sectors such as accounting and auditing will be replaced with machines that can so the same tasks much more cheaply and effectively than human workers - without requiring salaries,... Continue Reading →

Robots could soon become advanced enough to make their own decisions

Robots could soon become advanced enough to make their own decisions

Safe jobs in 21st century are among bottlenecks to automation

Creativity, social intelligence, and the ability to interact with complex objects and environments

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