Top Five Jobs To Be Replaced By Robots

While many jobs will be rendered obsolete by newer and newer technology, some jobs, like waiters, customer service, and human services will always require a personal, and living, touch.

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Every day people are losing jobs to automate resources who can do them faster, better, and more efficiently. So which jobs are the next to go?

The first will probably be Doctors. While most androids cannot come up with a decent bedside manner, most robots are more reliable than doctors, who are at higher risk of burnout during the Covid-19 pandemic. The company Stryker has developed Mako, a robot who can quickly do surgery on more predictable areas, mostly the joint areas, such as the elbow and knee.

Another likely choice for a robot workforce would be Delivery Services. Robots can find and deliver things faster than humans, and drones could avoid all traffic by flying over obstacles.

Robots could become much more efficient Security Guards with cameras facing every direction. Yelp’s security team have already built a robot called Cobalt. Cobalt has infrared sensors, directional microphones, and can see and hear what most security cameras cannot.

Jobs like Assembly Line Workers are slowly dying, replaced by robots that take up less space and money. Most of them are still under human control, but some are completely autonomous. The M-900iA by Fanuc Robotics can lift 200 to 700 kilograms with a variety of attachable tools, and many are used on the Audi car assembly line.

Kitchen Chefs at catering restaurants will be able to multitask, cook, season, and serve food much faster than real chefs and waiters. The Japanese start-up company named “Connected Robotics” is developing the worlds first fully automated restaurant. The robots can cook soba and fry karaage faster than any human.

While many jobs will be rendered obsolete by newer and newer technology, some jobs, like waiters, customer service, and human services will always require a personal, and living, touch.

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