It is no secret that robots are evolving and we will soon see them on the streets and in all places, but what matters is when it happens and how it happens, which is not yet clear.
According to Mediasoft; Yumi Wakao of the Nomura Research Institute says that in the next 20 years, half of jobs in Japan will fall to robots, or more simply, half of people in Japan will lose their jobs. Oxford University professor Michael Osborne, who has done research on the subject in the United States and the United Kingdom in the past, recently looked at 600 jobs with the same institute and found that 49% of Jobs can be left to computers.
The team categorizes different jobs based on the need for creativity. As a result, jobs such as backup operators, delivery workers, or agricultural workers are more likely to become computer and robotics jobs, and conversely, jobs that require people to be trained will not be computerized any time soon. Overall, NRI surveys show that 47% of jobs in the United States are at risk of becoming computer jobs, compared with 35% in the UK.
However, this is a hypothetical technical calculation and cannot be accurately verified. Wakao adds: “It will not be long before many parts of many factories are fully automated and jobs are handed over to robots, and Japanese citizens are reportedly eagerly awaiting this robotic revolution