Automation in a variety of industries and some countries are growing rapidly. Here are five countries that use robots to replace most workers.
Here are the five countries with the highest levels of robots in the world, where machines tend to replace normal workers, leaving some of them unemployed.
When we talk about active robot devices, the Korean World Championships. Every 10,000 workers are supported by 631 robots. Most robots are used in the field of industrial and electronic engineering. Above is a picture of a robot driver METHOD-2 in Gunpo (South Korea)
This Nordic country is one of the leading countries in the use of renewable energy. At the same time, machinery production accounts for nearly 25% of industrial output. Denmark has 211 robots per 10,000 workers and ranks fifth on the list. Pictured is the police robot in Denmark
This East Asian nation have 303 industrial robots per 10,000 workers. Most of these robots work in the automotive industry. 52% of the global robot supply comes from Japan. The photo above is a robot welding Toyota cars in a factory in central Japan
Nearly 90% of robotic machines in Singapore work in the field of electronics. The country has 488 robots per 10,000 workers, and is the second most robotic country in the world. The image is an industrial robotic arm model in Southeast Asia
Like Japan, Germany is one of the world’s leading auto manufacturers. The country has 309 robots per 10,000 workers. In the picture is a robot working in a Volkswagen factory in Emden (Germany)