Global Robot Revolution: EVERY Job Is At Risk?

The algorithms of a robot are progressively advancing, making the automation of more tasks possible, and, eventually, many occupations are likely to become obsolete (Mack, 2017). Robots can perform repetitive tasks, which are tiresome and prone to mistakes when done by humans, faster and without errors. Because of that advantage, they are taking over many tasks in many industries, lowering wage costs, and improving efficiency. Let’s look at some examples.

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Will Digital Marketing Robots Take Over the World?

by Karime Rojas-Tepepa, William Rossi, Isabella Rupiper, Sydney Rockwell, Kiana Rios, Cielo Ruiz and Patrice Roberts

Digital/Online marketing is used to drive traffic to businesses and websites. In the past 10 years, the industry has grown exponentially. Singapore, Germany, Japan, and Sweden follow South Korea in leading the way of Online Marketing. Companies are using multiple types of digital marketing robots in their businesses – such as:

Online Retail: Selling Products and Your Jobs

by Kate Petrovic, Liliana Pino, Tristan Pol, Jacob Piaseckyj, Anthony Pena, Justin Rabin and Gabriel Porges

Many people when they think of “retail automation” may think of humanoid robots patrolling aisles, operating checkout, or restocking items. However, this is pretty far from the actual reality of automation in retail. Most of the so-called “robots” in the retail industry are simple machines and algorithms used to do a tedious or unskilled job. For example, a lot of automation is stocking databases and supply systems that keep the items in stock.

Automation of The Aviation Industry: Are Robots Taking Over The Aviation Industry?

by Amber Drumm, Dionicio Espino, Jada Hackett, Zachary Holloway, Sarah Huddell, Alejandra Hurtado and Donovan Huynh

Brief overview of how robots have taken over in the aviation industry:

Since the introduction of robotics, machines have slowly become the best alternative for more efficient production. Robots reduce production costs and do not require health care benefits as a manual worker would need. Although they offer various benefits, robots adversely affect the manual workers of the industries. As many industries incorporate more robots into the manufacturing of their products and the distribution of their services, these companies require less manual labor and, as a result, greatly increase the nation’s unemployment rate.