Is your job next the answer to that question is complicated, according to a report by management consultant mckinsey, but most workers don’t need to worry experts found that less than 5% of jobs can be completely replaced by technology, though nearly every job involves tasks that robots could learn to do. Oxford university academics michael osborne and carl frey calculated how susceptible to automation each job is based on nine key skills required to perform it social perceptiveness, negotiation, persuasion, assisting and caring for others, originality, fine arts, finger dexterity, manual dexterity and the need to work in a cramped work space.
Find out how susceptible is your job to computerization. Darrell west argues that even if robots and ai follow low-end predictions of job disruption, the political consequences will still be severe.
“it is one thing doing it in the lab, and quite another having a robot that can do a job reliably in the real world better than a human” manipulating physical objects in the real world – figuring out what to manipulate, and how, in a random, changing environment – is an incredibly complex job for a machine. For starters, robots are able to perform certain tasks faster and more efficiently than humans machines never get sick, don’t take time off, and don’t need to be paid often, it’s cheaper for businesses to use technology than to hire enough human workers to do the same jobs.
Will robots take your job is a book that should be on everyone’s mind as they think towards the future nigel m de s cameron does a good job of laying out the fundamental questions although some of his conclusions i do take issue with.
Will robots take your job humans ignore the coming ai revolution at their peril.