China Net Finance July 19 (Reporter Zhang Jiexin) With therobotIncreasingly prominent in the workforce, many industries will be affected byautomationthreat. According to the British Daily Mail, McKinsey recently released a survey report, the report pointed out that the surveyed food service and manufacturing jobs will bear the brunt of the impact of automation. The results came after analyzing thousands of jobs in the United States.
The McKinsey report said researchers analyzed more than 2,000 job activities and more than 800 occupations in the U.S. and found that in the food preparation industry, assembly-line activities such as welding are highly automated. For jobs that involve performing “predictable physical activity,” automation is about 78 percent feasible. In contrast, jobs with “unpredictable physical activity” such as construction, forestry, and automation have much lower data.
In addition, the work of bookkeeping, accounting and auditing also has nearly 86% automation technology feasibility.
Although the automation system has become more and more advanced, it has become more and more feasible. But for the labor transfer of robots, it still depends on the cost of developing and deploying the system.
In addition, the report states that if computers could understand the concepts of everyday communication between people, it would be one of the biggest technological breakthroughs. Jobs in education and healthcare are currently the least at risk of automation, especially jobs that require direct human contact and interaction.
However, the researchers also explained that the use of robots does not mean that people will lose their original jobs. Even if robots take over some people’s jobs, that doesn’t mean jobs are over. Conversely, the proportion of human employees in partially automated occupations will even grow, as the overall demand for the remaining activities continues to grow. (Editor in charge: Zhang Shaolei)
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