What about #robots and #automation in the near #future?

Will #robots and #automation steal our jobs in the near #future?
We don’t think so.
Recent researches show increasing automation infiltration in working area.
 
This interesting data is alarming white and blue #collar workers in fields like #journalism, #finance, #medicine, and #law, which assume going to lose their jobs in a few decades. But this is not really true.
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According to a recent analysis, Robots will improve and simplify the #productivity of our #work.
 
#MachineLearning and #ArtificialIntelligence could play a crucial role in the #professional world.
Automation has allowed reporters to move away from the more mundane, repetitive-stress-injury-prone parts of the #job.
 
“In general, any job that involves sitting in front of a #computer manipulating #information in some relatively #routine, predictable way is going to be vulnerable to automation,” says Martin Ford,
“Machine learning systems have already outperformed human radiologists and pathologists at interpreting #medical images in some cases.”
 
Experts assume that #AI more as an #opportunity than a #threat, especially among jobs requiring college #degrees.
Rachel Grimes, the president of the International Federation of Accountants, agrees that white-collar workers should welcome, not fear, their #electronic #colleagues.