With the almost absolute precision and the ability to work tirelessly, now the machines are gradually replacing people to become the main labor in most industries in our lives. Even in the near future, machines can rob all human work in some areas where they show the superiority altogether.
Ability to automate: 97.8%
Professional drivers will soon no longer control the cars. Self-driving cars piloted by Google have been able to run thousands of miles without human intervention.
Not only that, Uber’s CEO Travis Kalanick also likes the idea of self-driving. He says Uber will replace all drivers with smart cars.
Ability to automate: 98%
At present, machines can easily carry out the ordering of raw materials and services from the suppliers. In addition, placing orders over the Internet will also limit the employment opportunities of salespersons.
Manufacturing and assembly industry
Manufacturing and assembly are one of the industries that rely heavily on machinery. It is easy to see that from the boards, the phones to the cars today are assembled almost entirely by machines.
The fact that robots overwhelm people in this area is primarily due to their superior accuracy and productivity that exceeds manual labor. Even more so since 2000, as more and more modern machines are smarter and cheaper, in the United States, more than 4 million workers in the assembly and assembly industry lost his job to the hands of the robot. Therefore, it can be said that, sooner or later, machines will dominate the whole manufacturing industry.
Restaurant Services Field
With the requirement of high uniformity in the taste of the products, the fast food chains always thoroughly use machines and cooking. Most noticeable is the food fried machine, with the ability to adjust the oil temperature and cooking time, which makes a hundred of quality food. In addition, many restaurants around the world have used machines in most of the customer service stages, from ordering, food delivery, staffing assistance to payment. .
In developed countries, the agricultural sector witnessed the participation of a wide range of machinery and automated technologies. These machines almost completely replace the traditional farming of humans such as tillage, sowing, irrigation, fertilizer, harvesting …
These iron farmers make it possible for people to cultivate on a broader scale, yielding higher productivity and less dependence on natural conditions. Therefore, the only field left of the machines instead of the farmer would be a likely scenario.