Jobs taken by Robots
Experts and Lovemoney predict many existing job types will be automated going forward, and below are the most surprising jobs taken by robots.
These are already starting to be overtaken by robots:
A fully automated, intelligent robot chef, dubbed the world’s first robotic kitchen’ according to IOL, can follow any recipe and create gourmet meals. But that is not all! It is able to mimick Michelin-starred chefs or cookery writers exactly, and also clean up after itself.
Soon, cleaning jobs that are staffed by machines, will be the norm. Robotic vacuum cleaners are a common sight around the world, and robot cleaners are seen in China, washing floors, wiping counters, and spraying sanitiser.
3. Hospital Administrator
Hospital administration duties include organising nurse schedules and patient beds. MIT CSAIL (Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory) is currently running a test trail, using a robot that can organise employee schedules and find beds for patients as needed.
While big industries and companies will lead in automating their staff and work, it will not happen overnight in smaller businesses. Jobs taken by robots will initially be too expensive.
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