by Chamonte Greenfield, Jodis Hegg, Jack Hahn, Willis Hardaway, Doni Hogg, Rana Hachem and Lauryn Hinton
Use Of Robots in the Legal Service Industry
In the legal service industry, the use of robots is a double-edged sword. On one hand, lawyers can use robots to efficiently do normal tasks like making copies, paging, and fishing through documents. But on the other hand, robots are taking away these jobs from lower-level law firm trainees. Luckily, lawyers are mostly protected from the possibility of robots taking their jobs. According to a study done in 2013 about the future of employment, lawyers only have a 3.5% chance of losing jobs to robots.
by Zachary Brewer, Devon Burd, Mollie Bush, Angel Cancienne, Grace Campbell, Armando Castilo and Timothy Cameron
The future for asset management can be exciting for some and scary for others due to robots becoming your potential co-workers. The top 3 countries leading the way in robotics and technology are The Republic of Korea, Singapore, and Germany. In each of these countries there is an average of 500 robots for every 10 thousand human workers.
by Savien Romaguera, Luke Rey, Mary Schoen, Brandon Thomas, Gabriel Trastoy, Landon Trosclair, Chase Venn and Jasmine Wilkins
Technology has drastically affected the efficiency in agricultural production. Through technology, new mechanisms have made producing less laborious and substantially quicker. With less labor and less time spent producing, massive amounts of money are saved by the producers. Because there is such a wide variety of agricultural production, an estimated amount saved varies in relation to which type of production.
by Alejandro Huembes, Ajla Ibranovic, Sasha Johnson, Emerson Jones, Julius Jones, Alondra Juarez and Caleb Kinneman
A 2017 study conducted by the International Federation of Robotics found that South Korea, Singapore, and Germany are leading the way in automated labor. The study compared the amount of “robot” workers per 10,000 workers. The top ten also includes Japan, Sweden, and Denmark, with the USA placing 7th on the list worldwide.
by Aubin Duchier
Medicine is growing rapidly these last decades and this is particularly due to improvement in science, research and the appearance of high technology, and robots. Robots had, have, and will have a big impact in the near and long-term future. They are growing and helping people all over the world directly in developed countries — because high technologies are easier to find — or indirectly in developing countries.