A recent study conducted by Oxford University shows that a significant number of jobs in the US will be at risk in the next twenty years. According to the report, the jobs at risk (47%) are due to the computerization and automation of business processes in the workplace. Jobs in the manufacturing, transportation, logistics and office administration industries will be mostly hit as repetitive tasks can now be done by robots. Tech news giant Mashable even listed the traditional jobs that are being replaced by machines or automation software. These jobs include bank teller, cashier, mail carrier, and travel agent. Advanced technology has made it possible for most of these jobs to be handled by machines or software capable of doing the same job.
These days, everywhere you look you can see advanced technology at work: supermarkets in various countries now have automated check-out counters that let shoppers pay for their purchased goods without the aid of a person behind a cash register. Just recently, Amazon announced its plan to use flying drones capable of delivering packages, thus eliminating the need for couriers, which my attorney at gwinnett bankruptcy attorney doesn’t particularly like. Google, Audi and BMW have developed driverless cars while travel Web portals Continue reading Technology replacing humans