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Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Machines - The Future of Robots and Humans


Machines will do more tasks than humans by 2025? 
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World Economic Forum’s study says Robot will handle 52% of current work risks by 2025, almost twice as many as now in 2018. Humans performed an average of 71% of total task hours across the 12 industries spanning manufacturing, services and high tech. By 2025, that will drop to just 48%. A statement by the Swiss non-profit organization has estimated that.




There is sharp increase could also see a net gain in “new roles” for humans, who will have to revamp skills to keep pace with the “seismic shift” in how we work with machines and computer programmes, the forum estimated.
Constant, rapid changes in machine and algorithms, or computers processes that are designed to solve problems, “could create 133 million new roles in place of 75 million that will be displaced between now and 2022.
Robots swiftly replacing humans in the accounting, client management, industrial, postal secretarial sectors. jobs that require “human skills” such as sales, marketing and customer service should see demand increase meanwhile, along with e-commerce and social media.


Machine a future workforce

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Humans rely on the machine for transportation, communication, work and many other things. Machines are designed and developed by people. Machines play a vital role on the daily basis. The machine is used for invention and discoveries in engineering, science, astronomy, industries and most importantly in the medical sector. 
There are several breakthrough inventions have been successful in every sector, as Smartphones are one of the best examples can be given. In E-commerce like online shopping and online services human can get with the help of high technology.

Some of the invention which made a significant impact on human lives is, the invention of the wheel which made locomotion, transportation so fast, swift and easy. The invention of the watch made it easy to calculate and keep track of time in this fast-moving world. The invention of the telephone by great scientist Graham Bell made this world a small place, where any individual can communicate with anyone anywhere in this world. The invention of printing press, development of calculator which gradually led to the invention of computers are the invention which was assumed to be of no use but have gained such an importance today that, present-day them will come to stand still.
Challenges

A major challenge will be to retrain workers, who will themselves be pressed to update skills especially in the areas of “creativity, critical thinking and persuasion”, the study found.
 One set of estimates indicates that 75 million jobs may be displaced by a shift in the division of labour between humans and machines, while 133 million new roles may emerge that are more adapted to the new division of labour between humans, machine and algorithms. According to the report even while warning that if managed poorly, theses transformation bring the risk of huge skill gap, heightening inequality and raising polarisation.
World economic forum identified the reskilling and upskilling of employs is an urgent need in the work sector.

 Conclusion 
Although human beings are the creator of technology. They give birth to the technology, embraced it, nurtured it, developed it further and now it serves human by making lives a lot easier, in the coming decades, technology will take over a lot of other things that will require manpower. But here it is important to note that technology cannot simply replace manpower completely. 
There are still thousands of people relies on labour livelihood, technology is expensive not every human can afford to get machines. There is a need to balance between human and machines. In line with global trends, 54% of Indian workers in these industries would need reskilling by 2022. Of this 35% would need at least six months’ worth of reskilling, 10% would need more than a year of training to meet the demands of the New Economy. The government should prepare a safety secure framework for skilling workers so that they can get a job in several sectors. there should be “s significant shift” in the quality and permanency of the new jobs.

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