Why Human Replacing Robots are Closer Than You Think




When you consider robots replacing humans in jobs and work, you may not believe it is conceivable at this moment, but you may be mistaken, and it may be arriving sooner than you think.


And in this post, we'll look at robot technology and explain why human-replacing robots are closer than you think.


The robots haven't merely arrived at work; they're honing their talents, climbing up the ranks, outperforming their human rivals in terms of productivity and retention, and increasingly replacing them.


How Robots Outperform Humans in the Workplace


Autonomous Robots are already diminishing the human population in manufacturing. For example, in a warehouse setting, people who switch to other occupations that involve "higher abilities" such as thinking are significantly less likely to get replaced by robots for now.


Vince Martinelli, the head of product and marketing at RightHand Robotics near Boston, believes that simple but common jobs like warehouse order picking will be largely automated in 5 to 10 years.


However, aside from manufacturing and warehouse work, you will need to be concerned about many other jobs because, as we begin to compare the speed and efficiency of humans to robots, a whole new set of health and safety issues emerge and replace common jobs such as package delivery, cleaning, inspection, as well as many dangerous and boring jobs is better for the job as well as humans.


Technology is Already Available.





If you've read this far, you might be thinking that if things are that simple, why aren't there already robots in our lives.


Technology is grown a lot I mean a lot, Technology is already grown enough to have general-purpose robots that can help us to do day-to-day jobs.





For example, Boston dynamic already has quite impressive robots doing awesome things, and tesla has self-driving cars with great decision-making in the real world.


So, since technology is currently available, why has no one created a robot for our use? There are companies that have created robots, but not for common use until now.


Elon Musk introduced a number of interesting things this week at the Tesla AI event, the most exciting of which is the tesla bot. The tesla bot will be humanoid robots that will undertake tasks that are dangerous, repetitive, or boring.


It will stand 5'8" tall, weigh 125 pounds, and have human-like hands. What is it capable of? Essentially, the Tesla Bot will serve as our cyber worker, performing tedious and repetitive tasks. For example, you can instruct it to go shopping or purchase something from a store, carry items for you, and perform a variety of different tasks in a variety of settings.

Sujeet Kumar

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