Recently, I came across a post of a street vendor marketing his food stall with ChatGPT, an AI-based tool which quickly became a rage on social media. It is interesting to note how even the awareness of AI-based software is reaching corners of the world. In today’s world, the technology revolution has made its way into households of all demographics, and artificial intelligence (AI) is playing a crucial role in enhancing various aspects of our lives, including healthcare, education, and entertainment. Whether it’s personalized treatment plans or learning experiences, algorithm-driven shopping behavior or content consumption, AI is […]
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Augusto Rasino, the manager at Cafecito, serves customers from 1-C-2, “Juancito”, a robot that carries plates to and from customers at the Santa Fe restaurant. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) There’s a new employee at Cafecito, a Santa Fe restaurant and coffeehouse serving Argentinian, Armenian and Italian cuisines.
The busser moved to New Mexico about a month ago, and carries dishes with a song.
Except this worker isn’t human – it’s a robot.Dubbed 1-C-2, or “Juancito,” by Cafecito owner Andres Paglayan, a reference to Star Wars robot R2-D2, whose name sounds like “Arturito” in Spanish, the robot delivers plates to customers and busses […]
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Shanti Maria Fonseca
“There will be fewer and fewer jobs that a robot cannot do better. I want to be clear. These are not things I wish will happen, these are thinks that will probably happen, and then we have to think about, what are we going to do about it? I think some kind of basic universal income is going to be necessary.” – Elon Musk Founder and CEO of Tesla and Space X
The danger of the past was that men became slaves. The danger of the future is that men may become slaves to robots. The job market […]
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Today, ABB strengthened its commitment to one of its largest customer markets – the US – with construction starting on the expansion of its existing North American robotics headquarters and manufacturing facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan. The project is expected to be completed in November 2023 and represents an investment of $20 million. The expansion will create 72 highly skilled new jobs in the area and is supported by a $450,000 Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant.
“Our investment is a significant step in accelerating ABB Robotics’ global leadership in developing and manufacturing cutting -edge robotic solutions in the US, […]
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SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
GOOD day all. This is the sixth and the last in the series of our lectures on robotics.
I hope you have found the information on robotics very useful for PNG for education in schools as well as its applications in areas such as medicine, industries, commerce, agriculture and so on.
Now let’s commence the lecture to conclude what we have learnt so far. There are approximately 10 million robots in use in the world today. The country that leads in the use of robots is Japan. Bionics and biometrics use the methods of locomotion used by […]
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Work of the Future Initiative co-directors Julie Shah and Ben Armstrong describe their vision of “positive-sum automation.”
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Ben Armstrong, left, and Julie Shah, co-directors of MIT’s ongoing Work of the Future Initiative, discuss their vision of positive-sum automation. In 2018, MIT convened its Task Force on the Work of the Future, which concluded in a 2020 report that while new technologies were not necessarily going to massively wipe out employment, smart practices and policies would be necessary to let automation complement good jobs. Today a successor group is continuing the task force’s effort: The Work of the Future […]
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As technology advances, people question its impact on jobs and employment. People have wondered how technologies like Artificial intelligence (AI) and robots will revolutionize job search and acquisition in different industries globally.
This concern has become important following the accelerated pace of automation and digitalization in different sectors. In this article, we will discuss some of the positive effects that the rise of AI and robots may bring to the employment landscape. Tools for Humans
There’s a possibility that AI will serve as tools for humans to perform their jobs better. For instance, the sports industry uses AI technologies that […]
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Artificial Intelligence With the rise of ChatGPT, the big fear of artificial intelligence (AI) taking over jobs has only gotten stronger by the day. However, contrary to popular perception, India’s IT sector, and its industry body, Nasscom, believe that instead AI would help facilitate the creation of more jobs.
Last week, Nasscom released a strategic review report highlighting that AI is the highest employment-generating sector within the tech industry and is likely to only grow more as the Indian tech industry aims to reach $245 billion in size by the end of FY2023. Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS) Share Price […]
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David Hanson is no stranger to going against the grain.
A PwC survey of 10,000 global workers found that 73 percent believe that technology will never replace the human mind but Hanson, the Founder and CEO of the eponymously named Hanson Robotics, has a contrary view.
“I don’t see why somebody would conclude that technology will never replace the human mind,” he says adamantly.“The term ‘never’ becomes quaint over time. For instance, ‘we will never fly’ or ‘we will never need computers with greater than X number of megabytes or kilobytes’.”The sculptor turned robotics designer has a history of breaking new […]
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Some jobs in India may become obsolete, and may not exist in a few years time. Advancements in technology and automation may actually render some jobs in India less prevalent. If studies are to be quoted, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has estimated that the increased use of technology and automation is likely to displace 85 million jobs by 2025. While the ratio is 70 percent of humans are doing the job at present, and 30 percent is being done by machine, this ratio is expected to go to 50:50 in a few years. How Automation Could be Threat […]
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