Automation anxiety would have you believe that robots are taking our jobs . If that’s the case, doesn’t that mean we should need to work less? Source: www.thinkautomation.com
Robots and automation have moved far beyond the factory floor and threaten to change the work of 60 per cent of British Columbians. Source: thetyee.ca
Hospitals and airports need to keep things clean. People need to stay away from one another. Enter the scramble for cleaning robots. Source: www.washingtonpost.com
An end-to-end, integrated chemical research system unveiled by IBM last week gives us a glimpse of how artificial intelligence, robotics and the cloud might change the future of drug discovery. Source: bdtechtalks.com
More companies are turning to AI-driven apps that aim to help newer bosses with reminders and tips on how to maintain a well-run office. Source: wsj.com
A quick video explainer. Source: youtube.
Thanks to automation, every industry and every function will see the nature of employees’ work change considerably over the coming decades. A whistle-stop tour of automation happening now, or in the near future, by key corporate function. Source: themanufacturer.com