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Are Robots Stealing Our Jobs

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Oct 20, 2017

Robot does not create unemployment, rather it creates employment. For example: making robot itself creates many employment opportunities, it's running and maintenance needs many people.

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Sanjay Deshmikh

Aug 24, 2017

Robots are a boon to mankind and always will be helpful to make our lives more comfortable and happy.

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Sulekha Jain

Aug 20, 2017

Yes I do agree, robots make life easy and comfortable. Robots makes tasks accurate. Even today some difficult medical operation is being done successfully by robots and there is no possibility of any mistake.whereas human Can commit mistake. If any operation which include risk of human life ,we can save human life preforming the task through robots.

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Sulekha Jain

Aug 20, 2017

Yes I do agree.

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Sulekha Jain

Aug 20, 2017

Yes I do agree

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Dipak Narayan Joshi

Aug 18, 2017

Very Nice

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Dipak Narayan Joshi

Aug 18, 2017

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Narayan Annasaheb Musmade

Aug 18, 2017

Nice interpretation

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Shankar G Puri

Aug 18, 2017

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Vishal Varkhede

Aug 18, 2017

Yes and No. Robots/Automation is reducing job position but they are creating new once. Low level and repetitive tasks are being replaced by automation in IT industry is leading to job loss for few but it is also creating job opportunity for automation experts. Automation is coming up as new field in market. Robots are creating value for organization with efficiency and accuracy.

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T. K. Narute

Aug 18, 2017

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Ajay Kotangale

Aug 18, 2017

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T. K. Narute

Aug 18, 2017

Yes. I agree with Mr. Antriksh Borkar.

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T. K. Narute

Aug 18, 2017

Yes. I agree with Mr.. Antriksh Borkar.

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Dinkar Deshpande

Aug 18, 2017

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Aug 18, 2017

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Capt Dr Ashok T Salve

Aug 18, 2017

Correct

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Dr Sandhya Borkar.

Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Dr. V N BARAI

Aug 17, 2017

Yes,he is right

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Aug 17, 2017

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Satish Raut

Aug 17, 2017

Nice thought

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Nilkanth Savant

Aug 17, 2017

Robotics will continuing to become more and more prevalent in day to day in future. This is going to improve human lives and job profiles will change for sure. Recently I learned about a knee surgery performed by a robot in India. This is going to become more ubiquitous. We need to change our mindset sand accept the changing reality.

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Dr.Sanjay Gawade

Aug 17, 2017

Robots will create number of opportunities in modern era!

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Dr.Sanjay Gawade

Aug 17, 2017

Robots will create number of opportunities in modern era!

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Dr.Sanjay Gawade

Aug 17, 2017

Robots will create number of opportunities in modern era!

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Dr.Sanjay Gawade

Aug 17, 2017

Robots will create number of job opportunities in modern era!

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Aug 17, 2017

Superb Antariksh...????????

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Gauri Joshi

Aug 17, 2017

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Farida

Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

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Dinkar Deshpande

Aug 17, 2017

The opinion is. Very much true

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Dinkar Deshpande

Aug 17, 2017

The opinion is. Very much true

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Dinkar Deshpande

Aug 17, 2017

The opinion is. Very much true

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Dinkar Deshpande

Aug 17, 2017

The opinion is. Very much true

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Aug 17, 2017

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Aug 17, 2017

True. Like

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Sandeep Pol

Aug 16, 2017

Robots are not humans to steal our jobs. It is we who decides the efficacy of robots while making them. I don’t think a robot performing some particular function would have a major impact on jobs. Let's assume if a Robot eats up 'x' no. of employees job. In this case, the government will not get tax. So, a government will be on losing side and it will directly have a negative impact on the economy. Bill Gates also stated that robots who take human jobs should pay taxes. So, I believe Robots stealing human jobs seems impractical in near future. #JBIMS#hack

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Delving Hester

Aug 16, 2017

Well said! Completely agree with you.

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Raju Panday

Aug 16, 2017

I do agree with you , mechanisation & Computerisation or Robots are neither stealing human jobs nor overpowered human.

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Antriksh Borkar

Aug 16, 2017

We often confuse general purpose AI with robotics. Robots are no different from any other machine. They destroy no more jobs than your washing machines and music players. Robotics is not the same as general purpose AI. We are not creating machines that can do everything. Post Industrialization, everyone thought that people will lose jobs but a paradigm shift was observed in the number of opportunities which dramatically increased since the machines led to an increase in job profiles. The same can be said about robots in the modern world. #jbims #hack

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Chinmay Panday

Aug 16, 2017

The answer is a plain simple word, NO. No entity can ever steal a human being's job or replace Human Being anywhere. Time and again we are raising these doubts and time itself have proven it to us. The invention of computers in the past made our ancestors think the same, and as we know it has rather increased work by creating more jobs and creating new and advanced works for us. Same will happen with robots coming, where Human Beings will be involved with more smarter works in future. #JBIMS #Hack

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Nikhil Tanawade

Aug 16, 2017

No. They are not stealing our jobs because for every robot we deploy for a certain task, there are peripheral jobs that are popping up. For instance, maintaining the robots, programming, and the like.

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Chinmay Panday

Aug 16, 2017

The answer is a plain simple word, NO. No entity can ever steal a human being's job or replace Human Being anywhere. Time and again we are raising these doubts and time itself have proven it to us. The invention of computers in the past made our ancestors think the same, and as we know it has rather increased work by creating more jobs and creating new and advanced works for us. Same will happen with robots coming, where Human Beings will be involved with more smarter works in future.

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Antriksh Borkar

Aug 16, 2017

We often confuse general purpose AI with robotics. Robots are no different from any other machine. They destroy no more jobs than your washing machines and music players. Robotics is not the same as general purpose AI. We are not creating machines that can do everything. Post Industrialization, everyone thought that people will lose jobs but a paradigm shift was observed in the number of opportunities which dramatically increased since the machines led to an increase in job profiles. The same can be said about robots in the modern world.

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Komalkiran

Aug 16, 2017

Actually, the robots are not stealing our jobs we are the ones who developed them to work for us. We did so because we wish to increase the productivity. Though there are some jobs literally a robot might not be able to work efficiently. But working with the humans and the robots together might help us increase our productivity ensuring the quality. Technological advancements in industries do have its pros as well as cons. One can't blame robots for being replacing humans in industrial sectors.

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Harshit Sharma

Aug 14, 2017

Technology has it's advancement and it will be. One cannot ruthlessly say that it is meant for stealing our jobs. It's all about how well we are adapted with the machines. We can focus on the level of the cognitive tasks associated with it. Low-level cognitive tasks can be automated but where it's about a high-level cognitive ability(where one can anticipate whether it requires complete automation or any man-machine partnership) can be the most practical approach towards the peer of advancement. #hack #kiet

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Siddhant Khandelwal

Aug 9, 2017

Satya hain!

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Anjali

Aug 9, 2017

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Dhwani Rathod

Aug 9, 2017

I am totally pro connecting to real virtual people but not at the cost of "real" real people

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Himanshi Wadhwani

Aug 9, 2017

They are stealing the jobs which were never meant for us. We can always have better jobs, skills that cannot be replaced, abilities that cannot be matched. #hack #spjimr

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Ifra Hussain

Aug 9, 2017

No, we are stealing robots' jobs. Routine jobs. Fixed working hours. Reluctance to change. We are turning into robots instead of being innovative and creative, which our minds are best suited for.

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Dhwani Rathod

Aug 9, 2017

Robots surely have all the IQ in the world fed into them but what they lack is the emotional quotient. Tha ability to sense the emotions is absent which are a major component of us, the social beings. A pinch of EQ with the IQ will definitely transform the entire scenario.

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Pallav Joshi

Aug 9, 2017

Open your eyes...we are moving towards a "planet of Drones" !! #hack #SPJIMR

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Samya

Aug 9, 2017

Not really, as human senses are yet not developed in robots hence they cannot take up jobs as that of HRs. The intelligent AI that creates code itself on stating the problem has been banned to avoid future risk of robots controlling us. If few jobs are automated, then others like managing them have been opened.

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Garima Pasari

Aug 9, 2017

Robots are not just stealing our jobs, they are actually ruling us. Our world revolves around them and it won't be long when the story of Wall-E actually comes true. #spjimr #hack

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Anoop Sasidharan

Aug 9, 2017

Not far is the time when robots starts making robots that make robots! #iamspjimr

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Shashank Mishra

Aug 9, 2017

Who knows we stole and ruled for years? Now they are back to claim their lost throne.

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Sreenath Omanakuttan Pillai

Aug 9, 2017

Robots or automation in general is stealing our Jobs; when you look at it from a short term perspective. The bigger picture is that monotony is the format that is being taken away leaving time for all of us to kickback on our lawn chair, sipping iced tea and enjoy the good life while we contemplating and organizing our thoughts to live better. #iamspjimr #hack

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Sreenath Omanakuttan Pillai

Aug 9, 2017

Robots or automation in general is stealing our Jobs; when you look at it from a short term perspective. The bigger picture is that monotony is the format that is being taken away leaving time for all of us to kickback on our lawn chair, sipping iced tea and enjoy the good life while we contemplating and organizing our thoughts to live better.

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Rachit Bansal

Aug 9, 2017

Sure robots will automate all the monotonous jobs. However, as it has always been the case that jobs have evolved with time and this time it will be no different. #hack #iamspjimr

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Samya

Aug 9, 2017

Not really..AI has a long way to go. Robots with human senses might be able to control us but as of now intelligent AI that creates code itself has been banned to avoid this future risk.

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Amritanshu Kumar

Aug 9, 2017

Amazed...the child wants to steal rights from his father...but at the end creator will have boys in their court. #SPJIMR #HACK

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Pranesh Anantharaman

Aug 9, 2017

Yes, unfortunately #hack #spjimr

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Rachit Bansal

Aug 9, 2017

Sure robots will take all the monotonous jobs and all jobs which do not require unique skill sets will be automated. However, as it has always been the case that jobs have evolved with time and this time it will be no different.

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Aswin Krishnan

Aug 9, 2017

Yes, the process has begun and it is slowly catching up. Even in banks, software robots are used to automate processes. It'll definitely catch up in other domains also.

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Srishti Bhatia

Aug 9, 2017

Not yet, not in India. The high costs involved in using robots are yet not feasible for the Indian market. However, advancement in technology has definitely led to making some jobs obsolete.

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Khushboo Sethi

Aug 4, 2017

Robots aren't stealing our jobs! They are in fact simplying it. They are helping us focus on creating better and new relationships rather than focusing on monotonous work. They help us in handling the efficiency so humans could become more effective!

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Vishu

Aug 4, 2017

I think what robotic intelligence would do is to push human faculties to a higher plane and ensure faculties are used more productIvey..

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Manisha Kaushik

Aug 4, 2017

No, not really..

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Olympia Biswas Chatterjee

Aug 4, 2017

No, they are giving us an opportunity to get jobs which are more interesting and challenging.

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Devesh

Aug 4, 2017

Not really.. change in mindset is required by all of us.

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Siddesh

Aug 3, 2017

Humans are the creators hence they will stay

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Pallavi Naik

Aug 3, 2017

Boots will replace the mundane and transactional functions but definitely will not steal jobs as creativity and human touch cannot be replaced by this artificial intelligence

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Parmesh Mohaneshwaran

Aug 3, 2017

Makes sense

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Saloni

Aug 3, 2017

It's a perception only certain jobs can be done by robots for most others we need the human connect

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Seema

Aug 3, 2017

Not really

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Deepa Urmil

Aug 3, 2017

Well I think, while they take over the repetitive tasks, they cannot take away the creative part from humans!

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MAHESH

Aug 3, 2017

It can not replace humans .

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Falgun Pathak

Aug 3, 2017

Not really, it cannot replace humans.

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Superna Rajput

Aug 3, 2017

Not exactly stealing but replacing people from traditional jobs.. Hence, bestowing upon us an opportunity to explore new areas and enhance our dexterity, which human beings are long known for.

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Satish Shivani

Aug 3, 2017

No.. Not really..

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Gaurav Sadanah

Aug 3, 2017

It will take a while for Robots to steal our jobs. Although that's a difficult question to answer but I feel robots will not be able to replace humans in a big way at various establishments. The effect could be minuscule.

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Anish

Aug 3, 2017

I don't see that happening beyond certain roles. Human element is needed in a lot of professions.

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Hemal Nayalkar

Aug 3, 2017

Yes ..Stealing Jobs at one hand but also creating ample other job opportunities as well .

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Ajay Narang

Aug 3, 2017

Not really.. Rather its guving apace to so aomething different leaving mundane jobs to robots

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Sumit Yadav

Aug 3, 2017

Somewhat true, automation is reshaping certain profiles.

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Ritesh Rangle

Aug 3, 2017

No ... Not in all areas

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Gaurav Sharma

Aug 3, 2017

People will right attitude and skill will always be in demand

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Sandeep Nilekar

Aug 3, 2017

Not fully...since there's an element called human touch....the day it becomes obselete robots will take over

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Clinton Tims

Aug 3, 2017

I don't necessarily think so. It is making things easier for us but we need to start specialising as experts in the field so that the overall monitoring and control remains with us.

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Ekta Malik

Aug 3, 2017

Not really infact it is giving us opportunity to explore new horizons

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Mukul

Aug 3, 2017

No, they r actually telling something!!! To improve skill set periodically

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Nihar Nair

Aug 3, 2017

In certain areas, but then again the question should be are we allowing them to?

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Priyank Garg

Aug 1, 2017

Take example of Japan. They don't have the workforce required for mass production of goods. Some of their factories work 24 hours a day because there is not a "single" human worker present in the factory; all of them are pre-programmed robots which has led to increase in production efficiency and led to reduction of variable cost per unit. Take example of China or India. They have huge workforce but the amount of "skilled" workers are low plus there is lack of jobs. So, a company operating here might go for automation. So yes, robots steal.

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Jeevan Thomas Koshy

Jul 31, 2017

Well I would not exactly call it stealing. In the ancient days slaves used to build Gigantic Pyramids just using human power. Today we use the help of heavy machinery to help us build gigantic structures. None of us regret this because we consider ourselves much more valuable than doing these kinds of dangerous labor. The use of machines also help of reduce the average cost of production and helps improve our average living conditions. We must consider the advent of AI also as a similar event and our overall standard of living improves by enforcing equality(Eg: Via Taxes).

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Niharika

Jul 31, 2017

Very nice keya.

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Mandar Ganesh Patil

Jul 31, 2017

#IIMTRICHY #Hacks Robots are taking our jobs. Really??? Looking at nature of few task we do soon we can realise that human brain was never supposed to do such mundane task. We have got better challenges to solve and have repetitive task to be done by Robots. I agree the revolution demands change, it has frightened us to an extent but this is not the end. It's a transition to new possibilities and unmatched power and what takes to maintain the equilibrium is the mankind accepting change and rising up to the challenge we have.

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Chetna Verma

Jul 31, 2017

As the statistics are showing, human mind is not going to take rest. Robots are becoming the reality and gradually everyone will have to live with this reality.

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Pramod Korkora

Jul 31, 2017

Yes

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Sahil Mulla

Jul 31, 2017

Nice one.

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Pratik Das

Jul 31, 2017

?????

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Aslam Khan

Jul 31, 2017

No... Technology is for good.. It helps us be productive and effecient. Yes it has bad angle too as it leads to rise in unemployment and job cuts.. But we should find a sweet point in between them so that it will make our lives happier and not become a burden to us.

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Nidhima

Jul 31, 2017

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Suvendu

Jul 30, 2017

Nive

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Twinkle

Jul 30, 2017

right

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Twinkle

Jul 30, 2017

right

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Manoj Kumar Padhy

Jul 30, 2017

Like

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Manoj Kumar Padhy

Jul 30, 2017

Like

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Ashok Pattanayak

Jul 30, 2017

Vote

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Babu

Jul 30, 2017

Yes

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Sitansu

Jul 30, 2017

Na

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Sitansu

Jul 30, 2017

It's a modern idea with high end technology.

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Ashutosh Khare

Jul 30, 2017

No way..they are adding value n Accuracy to the job.

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Ashok Kumar Sahoo

Jul 30, 2017

No robots are not stealing our job

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Bharad Sridhar

Jul 30, 2017

I totally agree that robots are stealing our jobs in some way .

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Sarthak Mishra

Jul 30, 2017

Yes they are

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Sarthak Mishra

Jul 30, 2017

Yes they are

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Darshil Jalan

Jul 30, 2017

Robot, a piece of metal created by the ingenious minds will create jobs than taking away the jobs. Each time there has been a revolution in industry it was predicted that there will be loss of jobs but the vice versa has happened. So according to me the same would happen when the robot revolution happens

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Priyanshu

Jul 30, 2017

Pretty

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Arun Kumar Puthal

Jul 30, 2017

Yes,it does. Its all about process automation ..

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Puja Patra

Jul 30, 2017

????

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Jul 30, 2017

very true.

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Prasenjit

Jul 30, 2017

Excelent

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Vasudevan

Jul 30, 2017

Nice

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Parag Bondhade

Jul 30, 2017

Yes.It is increasing day by day and it's affecting on the wages of employees.

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Parag Bondhade

Jul 30, 2017

Yes.It is increasing day by day which affects on the wages of the workers.

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Dinesh Dutta

Jul 30, 2017

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Dinesh Dutta

Jul 30, 2017

Agreed wit the comments

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Anand

Jul 30, 2017

No

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Shivam Arora

Jul 30, 2017

He is the best! ????????????

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Kanu Shah

Jul 30, 2017

Very true

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Lokanath Moharana

Jul 30, 2017

We should be more capable than robots.

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Lokanath Moharana

Jul 30, 2017

We should be more capable than robots.

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Anil

Jul 30, 2017

Hh

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SG Tiwari

Jul 30, 2017

Technology advances make revolution in our day today life and are thus a part of us with value addition of saving time n money.

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Rajkiran

Jul 30, 2017

There are multiple dimension attached to it. First is when we say robot,its job is perform tasks automatcially which is the need of hour in many sectors like automobiles,manufacture in order to improve production as well as quality.2ndly ,human resource is a burden if it is not skilled.In that way,we are losing jobs to robots due to lack efficiency.3rdly,there is a whole new sector coming up starting from micro chips,robot manufacuring to its maintainance where we need humans .so actually there is a prospect of job creation also.

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Jignesh

Jul 30, 2017

Rightly said...

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Niket Sahu

Jul 30, 2017

Agreed.

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Chinmayee

Jul 30, 2017

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Vaibhav Kinra

Jul 30, 2017

No. Bots are giving us jobs.

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Niket Sahu

Jul 30, 2017

Agreed.

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D.barman

Jul 30, 2017

I like the comment of nilotpal mishra

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D.barman

Jul 30, 2017

I like this comment

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Kanu Shah

Jul 30, 2017

Very true

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Kanu Shah

Jul 30, 2017

Very true

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Kanu Shah

Jul 30, 2017

Vver

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Kanu Shah

Jul 30, 2017

Very true

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Lalit Gabhane

Jul 30, 2017

No

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Aradhana Sarangi

Jul 30, 2017

So, are you on the favor of automation ?

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Soumya Mohanty

Jul 30, 2017

Good one Did.

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Rajesh Panwar

Jul 30, 2017

Hunan jobs cannot be stolen away by anyone.

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AKHIL KUMAR

Jul 30, 2017

Industrialization resulted in the disruptive change in Manufacturing!!Computers and ATMs have reduced the paperwork or manpower!! Whatsapp and SMS have cannibalized the post office services. "Change is the new Constant".Yes, Artificial Intelligence will steal the jobs but the point is will it increase the productivity? It seems likely that, as in the past, the apparent loss of human jobs to machines is being moderated by the creation of new kinds of capabilities.Because of the advent of technology, we are able to channelize our energy in more challenging tasks.Thus redundant jobs will be replaced by new jobs, example -DataScientist #SCMHRD #HACK

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AKHIL KUMAR

Jul 30, 2017

Industrialization resulted in the disruptive change in Manufacturing!!Computers and ATMs have reduced the paperwork or manpower!! Whatsapp and SMS have cannibalized the post office services. "Change is the new Constant". Yes, Artificial Intelligence will steal the jobs but the point is will it increase the productivity? It seems likely that, as in the past, the apparent loss of human jobs to machines is being moderated by the creation of new kinds of capabilities.Because of the advent of technology, we are able to channelize our energy in more challenging tasks.Thus redundant jobs will be replaced by new jobs, example -DataScientist.

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Devanshu Chandra

Jul 30, 2017

Great

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Karan Patel

Jul 30, 2017

Even i think Robots can be a key to 'lesser the merrier' in case of tedious jobs, just by giving them the repeated work so that the quality is maintained and the man power as well as brain power is utilized to achieve something more valuable which can help create a better world .

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Prasham Mehta

Jul 30, 2017

1. Amazon and Domino’s have started using drones/robots to deliver. 2. Amazon’s Alexa is already proficient enough to handle wealth management for their clients. Soon she probably will analyse market and buy/sell stocks and do much more. 3. There is a robot which can milk cows!!! 4. Tesla, with its automated factory. And the list is long… The increasing amount of automation in developed countries is imposing a direct threat to the labour oriented countries like Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia etc. THE DAY IS NOT FAR WHEN WE WILL HAVE A CHIEF ROBOTICS OFFICERS IN MANY ORGANISATION IN FUTURE.

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Snigdha Shaw

Jul 30, 2017

Aplty said. This is surely one fo the transformation that we are afraid to accept.

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Nishith

Jul 30, 2017

Robots are an efficient way of making the things work better with accuracy.Their deployment in the industries are no where going to impact the employability.

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Pooja Prakash

Jul 30, 2017

Awesome

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Anand Kumar Singh

Jul 30, 2017

The answer would be a definite Yes. But let's look at a broader picture. Robots are the result of automation, which again is the product of technological advancement over the years. 100 years back, no one would have thought that people now would be having a full time job in fields like cyber security, app development, console game designing, social networking etc. Therefore, it's true that robots are replacing people, but one can't overlook the fact that the very reason for their existence is also helping in creation of new jobs. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Supriya Gupta

Jul 30, 2017

Well said a very true fact.......but these robots are designed by none other than but humans....so eventually its the human skills and explored talent which is making these robots....

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Manas

Jul 30, 2017

Couldn't agree more!

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Apoorva Verma

Jul 30, 2017

Within the next five years or so, the statement might just turn out to be true! The Indian market is going from a highly labor intensive country to an automated one. An alarming 70% of the working class feels the threat of the robots replacing them in their workplace and the rationale says that installing robots in the workplace will help cut the fixed expense, thus increasing the operating profit of the industries. Also, this transition and and consequent layoffs will encourage workforce to learn better and improved skills which will reduce time lag and improve productivity. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Niki

Jul 30, 2017

Ft hgfrtf

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Palak Shah

Jul 30, 2017

#SCMHRD #TRANSFORMATION HACK Well, Robots haven't just landed in our workplace, they're expanding our skills, moving up the corporate ladder and showing awesome productivity and retention rates. As per the Mckinsey report 2017, 45% of the jobs are "unsecured", considering the growth of artificial intelligence and machine learning. This technological unemployment will highly affect traditional and mostly repetitive jobs. But where there is hope, there is life - the same disruptive force will create jobs and force the humans to champion unexplored skills. The society can adapt with options like universal basic income or demonetising our cost of living.

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Akankshya

Jul 30, 2017

Few words but deeper meaning. Quite gracefully your writing justified the topic . Good job!

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Raj

Jul 30, 2017

No

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PRITESH PRIYADARSHI

Jul 30, 2017

If we can bifurcate jobs into 2 broader categories of "skilled" and "unskilled", then we realize that Robots are taking away jobs of "unskilled" labors. On the plus side, it is forcing us to reskill ourselves. It's serving the purpose of global skill upliftment, however financially backward society is at a dismal as a ramification of it, as the rural workers who used to do the manual labor are being replaced. While Robots boost productivity of manufacturing industry, automobile industry, E-commerce industry and even IT Industry, it's actually the human intervention which enables them to do so. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Gaganveer Singh

Jul 30, 2017

#SCMHRD #HACK Humans are making robots not vice vera. If we are insecure of losing our jobs we can stop making the robots. But in search for better efficiencies and convenience, humans will continue to make more robots and they are bound to overtake the humans.

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Animesh Jain

Jul 30, 2017

Yes. Its not the immigrants or the cheap labour from poor countries but robots, who are the biggest threat to our jobs. It's not some science fiction movie anymore but our worlds reality where robots are more efficient and on the verge of making us jobless. It is evident in so many industries already and with AI there might be no job left that a robot can't do. So beware, maybe the next advancement costs us our job. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Jul 29, 2017

If we can bifurcate jobs into 2 broader categories of "skilled" and "unskilled", then we realize that Robots are taking away jobs of "unskilled" labors. On the plus side, it is forcing us to reskill ourselves. It's serving the purpose of global skill upliftment, however financially backward society is at a dismal as a ramification of it, as the rural workers who used to do the manual labor are being replaced. While Robots boost productivity of manufacturing industry, automobile industry, E-commerce industry and even IT Industry, it's actually the human intervention which enables them to do so. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Gyan Prakash

Jul 29, 2017

Good thought

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Plsla

Jul 29, 2017

Yes

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Cynthia James

Jul 29, 2017

Most of the labour intensive jobs in industries, manufacturing & logistics have been replaced by CNC machines & robots. However, the decision making & logical analysis is still done by men. For replacing even this, we will have to wait for the rise of Skynet. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Vaishnavi Pathare

Jul 29, 2017

#SCMHRD#HACK With robots worth millions of Dollars being sold to major firms each year, there definitely has been a major revamp in the way employers now seek to hire people. But we must not forget that robots cannot service or programme themselves. Besides their use will create a high-skilled job for technicians and programmers. Human interaction is the basis for millions of jobs and sans this many functions would be void. For eg. Digitization of HR might take place, but "Robotization" of HR cannot take place. We are a brilliant species which knows how to find a way out.

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AJAI AGRAWAL

Jul 29, 2017

No. Our jobs are becoming advanced and easy for store & access. This is called technological advancement.

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AJAI AGRAWAL

Jul 29, 2017

No. Our jobs are becoming advanced and easy for store & access. This is called technological advancement.

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Nitin

Jul 29, 2017

Strongly agree

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Vaishnavi Pathare

Jul 29, 2017

With robots worth millions of Dollars being sold to major firms each year, there definitely has been a major revamp in the way employers now seek to hire people. But we must not forget that robots cannot service or programme themselves. Besides their use will create a high-skilled job for technicians and programmers. Human interaction is the basis for millions of jobs and sans this many functions would be void. For eg. Digitization of HR might take place, but "Robotization" of HR cannot take place. We are a brilliant species which knows how to find a way out.

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Saikat Mitra

Jul 29, 2017

Jabardast

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Kaushalyan Chauhan

Jul 29, 2017

Ii

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Kaushalyan Chauhan

Jul 29, 2017

Ii

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Nilesh Ukunde

Jul 29, 2017

Liked

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Pravanjan Panda

Jul 29, 2017

Nice

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Satya Sourav Nayak

Jul 29, 2017

Excellent Analysis

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Anjani Raj

Jul 29, 2017

It is not a simple yes or no question. Robots will replace low skill jobs by the millions but also create high skill jobs in a relatively small scale. It is almost certain that people who lose jobs would not get the jobs created due to the enormous skill gap. I would conclude that there will be a huge job loss for one generation but the next one will have a high skill and well paid job and therefore a better standard of living. And they will create jobs in the service sector.

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Ninad Mohite

Jul 29, 2017

Yes, robots are stealing our jobs. Just like cars stole the jobs of horse carriages. The thing is, with the inception of a more advanced technology, we sometimes have to let go of the previous one. This is hardly new to humans. Right now we are just facing the transition stage and eventually we would evolve around robots as we evolved around previous ground breaking technologies. And after a few years we would be asking the same question but with a new technology other than robots.

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Jyotsna Das

Jul 29, 2017

Very nice article

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Jyotsna Das

Jul 29, 2017

Very nice

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Jyotsna Das

Jul 29, 2017

Very nice

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Jyotsna Das

Jul 29, 2017

Very nice

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Snigdha

Jul 29, 2017

Hmm, True

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Yash Chauhan

Jul 29, 2017

Hi

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Riya Patra

Jul 29, 2017

Jul 29, 2017 Definitely yes! With the changing trends and development in science and technology, robots are becoming popular in industries and factories .Sites where output is valued more than input , result is valued more than process, bots are not only excelling in efficiency and productivity but also in management and hospitality. Developed nations like US and japan are investing into robots and replacing the human labourforce. They are gradually becoming a necessary add on to our society. #scmhrd #hack

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Riya Patra

Jul 29, 2017

Jul 29, 2017 Definitely yes! With the changing trends and development in science and technology, robots are becoming popular in industries and factories .Sites where output is valued more than input , result is valued more than process, bots are not only excelling in efficiency and productivity but also in management and hospitality. Developed nations like US and japan are investing into robots and replacing the human labourforce. They are gradually becoming a necessary add on to our society. #scmhrd #hack

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Anjani Raj

Jul 29, 2017

It's not a simple yes or no question. Robots are taking low skill jobs by the millions but they create a demand for high skill jobs in a relatively low volume. People who lose their jobs to robots are most likely not going to get the high skill job generated by robots due to the enormous skill gap. I would conclude that there will be a enormous loss of jobs for a generation. But the next generation will have high paying jobs and better standard of living. And they will generate jobs for the remainder of people in service sector.

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Jul 29, 2017

Definitely yes! With the changing trends and development in science and technology, robots are becoming popular in industries and factories .Sites where output is valued more than input , result is valued more than process, bots are not only excelling in efficiency and productivity but also in management and hospitality. Developed nations like US and japan are investing into robots and replacing the human labourforce. They are gradually becoming a necessary add on to our society. #scmhrd #hack

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Maneesh

Jul 29, 2017

Why can't i like comments?

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Harsh Bajoria

Jul 29, 2017

#SCMHRD #HACK Yes, robots are stealing jobs like driver-less cars, internet & cashier automation, leisure & hospitality industry which will steal the jobs of more than 89 million jobs. It is also said that 'a new technology creates or eliminates jobs'.Technology has long been an agile and fluid force, creating and disrupting labour sectors throughout history as new technologies arrived. But robots won’t necessarily replace so many human workers as there are several economic, legal and regulatory hurdles that could prevent automation, even in jobs where it would be technologically feasible.

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Anchal Bansal

Jul 29, 2017

No doubt that robotic automation points to the fact that robots cannot service or program themselves and hence this will create new, high skilled jobs for technicians and programmers. But, for every job created by robotic automation, several more will be eliminated entirely. This disruption will have a devastating impact on workforce. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Shalikram Banait

Jul 29, 2017

No

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Dheeraj Dixit

Jul 29, 2017

Giving opportunity to create robots is also like generation of new job.

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Dinesh Dutta

Jul 29, 2017

I agree to Anushree reasons.

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Vinay

Jul 29, 2017

No, robots cannot steal our jobs. We can use robots to work in life threatening environment and give positive results.

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Rabindra. Barik

Jul 29, 2017

Robots helping human being.

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Nishchint Singh

Jul 29, 2017

Robots are working to tranform the world.

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Kailash Sharma

Jul 29, 2017

100% Agree with Anushree chauhan view.

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Anil Kumar

Jul 29, 2017

Robots are not taking our jobs. However they are making our jobs and needs for professional and easy to use.

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SIDDHARTH NAIK

Jul 29, 2017

The robots today are expanding skills showing great productivity, retention rates and increasingly moving up the corporate ladder leaving the humans behind. As the machines turn more sophisticated and specialized, they might disrupt the transportation sector, middle managements, supplies, retail jobs, hospitality industry to name a few. With advancement in technology, robotics and automation will get cheaper enabling the firms to boost their productivity substituting low skilled workers. Though the debate is still on, robots are not stealing our jobs any soon. Using our high-level cognitive ability to strike an optimum human-machine relationship should be our mantra. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Anushree Chauhan

Jul 29, 2017

No, robots are not stealing our jobs. While they are taking up our jobs, our jobs are also changing! Hence, with technology advancements job roles will be evolving. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Anirudh Narain

Jul 29, 2017

#SCMHRD #HACK Robots aren't just stealing the jobs - They are capturing the job ladder and are moving upwards with the exponential developments in artificial intelligence. Robots show higher efficiency with no form of human limitations. A KUKA robot can do various jobs ranging from playing tennis to soldering the machine parts and what not. Just imagine how many manual labor would get replaced if such robots would completely capture the economy. The issue of Universal Basic Income is in itself a vision towards the effects of growing use of robots globally as now they are overhauling the economy.

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Neelanjan

Jul 29, 2017

I totally agree with the point made by nilotpal Mishra

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SANTHASA

Jul 29, 2017

No, because robots lack the "Human Factor". They can work only in a predefined system and cannot handle unexpected challenges as well as a human would do. Using robots does help in redundant tasks but not in tasks which require creativity and emotional intelligence. Using robots helps us to focus more on quality of work rather than quantity. #SCMHRD #HACK

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Nilotpal Mishra

Jul 29, 2017

No. It would be very wrong if we blame the loss of our jobs, entirely on robots. Robots are a cheaper way of getting the job done. An organisation is not wrong in opting for the cheaper alternative. The unemployability index, as of now, is worrying. The need of the hour, I feel is to anticipate the wants of the future and work on them. A robot can only do the job, but not think. Robots have not replaced us, but they have helped us by saving our time to think of something new. #SCMHRD #Hack

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Prashanth Raj Govind

Jul 29, 2017

No. It's actually creating new avenues for human concentration. Only redundant / repetitive process which requires less human attention is been migrated.

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SACHIN SINGH

Jul 29, 2017

Yes it definitely does seem so. And this is surely happening in the Indian IT Sector- and swiftly ! The industry is seeing massive lay-offs due to automation. The employees will have to reinvent themselves in the light of the ever-changing technological landscape if they are to survive this automation onslaught. Looking much further ahead (say 2-3 decades) the idea of a Universal Basic Income could take precedence and actually become a reality.

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Soumya

Jul 28, 2017

No one can replace GOD's creation .... Human --> GOD's creation Robot - > Human's creation

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Soumya

Jul 28, 2017

NO

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Arnav Chatterjee

Jul 28, 2017

#MDI#hack jobs have always been a place where the most efficient 'person', gets to be there. Bots are not stealing our jobs, but replacing us with higher performance. With robots doing our redundant work, we can actually focus on what we were meant to do, create and innovate!

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Samarth Sinha

Jul 28, 2017

#mdi #hack Robots and automation are taking up several labour-oriented jobs, but it is still time that they shall be able to replace humans completely until they AI develops robots that think to the extent a human can!

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Akshay Kumar Tripathi

Jul 27, 2017

#mdi #hack automation is taking up jobs, but the rules of the game are changing, humans need to improve perpetually to stay relevant. It is true for every sector, human resource planning is an excellent example of the same. It has evolved into a strategic function which is aided by technology not dominated by it.

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Nirav Varia

Jul 27, 2017

#mdi #hack Robots are stealing our jobs. Question is are new jobs being generated at same rate? How sustainable is the job market? Will the laid off workforce be able to tale up new jobs? Answer probably is no more often than yes!

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Nirav Varia

Jul 27, 2017

Robots are stealing our jobs. Question is are new jobs being generated at same rate? How sustainable is the job market? Will the laid off workforce be able to tale up new jobs? Answer probably is no more often than yes!

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Minkesh Sharma

Jul 27, 2017

Well said

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Tarun Purohit

Jul 27, 2017

Rightly said in a given context

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Arnab Sanyal

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI#HACK Robots are going to take the jobs that are repeatitive and does not require much intellect. But the jobs that require creativity will be done by human itself. Therefore human and robots are going to co exist in the near future.

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Swarbhanu Bose

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI#HACK Robots can only be enhancing the processes that are repeatitive in nature and which lead to wastage of man hours.However all the jobs where strategy and decision making is involved,robots can never replace human intelligence.

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Sanket Verma

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI#HACK Robots might take repetitive jobs but not high-skill-involvement jobs. So, human need to upgrade their skills. Also, other jobs which need creativity will always be performed by human as being machines empathy can never be embedded in robots

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Sunny Maheshwary

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI#HACK I believe that in today's world robots and humans will coexist. Though robots will take on the jobs which are repetitive in nature it will also allow men to advance in other sectors which would demand human interaction such as consulting and human resource management.

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Jaydeep Soni

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI#Hack The inception of Robot took place not too replace humans but to overcome the shortcomings of humans. With robots we can achieve greater accuracy, efficiency with less time. Though it seems people are replaced by robots and eventually they are losing out of their jobs, if we look at the bigger picture, the whole new technology based manufacturing industry is being developed , which is the production of robots and automated machines. It's just that the world is passing thorough a shift for a greater good for all and the people losing jobs is a small part of it.

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Subramaniam

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #hack Robots are making our lives easier. It also helps in increasing profits for the organisation. It takes away jobs which are repetitive in nature. But people should Re-skill themselves and work in new sectors which will open up with new opportunities.

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PRINCE JAIN

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #HACK I don't perceive automation as something which is stealing our jobs rather I see it as something which is freeing up human potential. Rather than working in say some mundane task of welding two parts together , a person can put his ability to better use. I envisage a future where robots will do all the labour work and human beings will use their brains to do things which are still a dream maybe interplanetary explorations, searching for alternative energy sources or maybe improving those robots. Who knows !!

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Aparna Bhattacharjee

Jul 26, 2017

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Aparna Bhattacharjee

Jul 26, 2017

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Paras Parekh

Jul 26, 2017

Change is the only constant

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Chetan Ambekar

Jul 26, 2017

#NITIE Robots are allies to humans, created & trained by humans. Heavy Manufacturing jobs where life of humans are in danger Robots are boon. Using Robots for decision making will put a heavy impact on the job patterns in the world. We can assume, a robot working as a CEO of the company, 20 to 25 years down the line. Robotics Process Automation is taking jobs which defines the change in the industry scenario, But it is also creating new jobs, innovation, making industries more customer centric & that's there Value Proposition

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Mahwish Farooqui

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #hack The concern that robots might end up taking our jobs is grounded in reality. Smart machines today do not need any unskilled labour to operate. And while it is true that better technology has resulted in higher productivity and efficiency, it has had a negative impact on employment rates, with automation heavily responsible for taking over many of the jobs previously held by people. On the other hand, there are still many high-level roles and functions which need a human touch and simply cannot be replicated by robots or machines...yet.

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Harsh Vardhan Singh

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #Hack The world is changing everyday with new technological advancements happening by the hour. The importance and usage of robots in the times to come cannot be overlooked because of their ability to do away with human error and complete a task with minute precision. Some of the jobs that we see today will be taken away by robots as per the nature of the job but places where a human essence such as management and real time decision making is required, those jobs will continue to be in the hands of mankind.

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Tejas Salvi

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #hack With advent of Artificial Intelligence, every possible human task is replaced by a machine or a robot. This pushes humans to upgrade their skills or find different avenues to explore. AI cannot completely replace humans so it now upto humans how they find their way to upgrade their skills set.

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Sanchita Vig

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #Hack With the industry at the pinnacle of technological advancements, we cannot ignore the fact that automation is taking over manual processes. Robots are being preferred over personnels because of their impeccable efficiency and rapid pace of output. However, there will always be jobs which can never be overtaken by automated bodies. Lets be rest assured of that.

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Ravi Tanna

Jul 26, 2017

#MDI #hack The world is shifting to a man plus machine model. Robots have enabled us to do more in less amount of time. It would be incorrect to say that robots are eating away jobs, this simply calls for an upgradation of human skill sets. By the very nature of evolution, this is bound to happen and has been happening over the years but we have always found a way to add value in ways that machines and robots cannot.

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Aniruddha Deo

Jul 26, 2017

# MDI #Hack While Robots are stealing our jobs in the short term; in the medium to long term many jobs profiles will be created which never existed hitherto. Change is the only constant. Robots will not replace us but make our jobs a lot easier. Mundane, repetitive and low skill jobs are at risk of being taken over by bots. However, human feelings cannot be encoded into robots overnight, which is what will differentiate us from them.

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Vidur Thakral

Jul 26, 2017

Robots are taking mundane jobs thus giving the humans a chance to innovate and explore areas where we were not focusing. No doubt that their computing power is much greater than ours but isn't the human using its computing power to discover and make the life easy!! For people worried about jobs : Survival of relevance is the norm of the day!!

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Saurav Thakuria

Jul 26, 2017

Technology may not be a very welcoming word for the older generation. Being digitally connected is welcome however a personal face to face is always appreciated

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Harsh Kakerwal

Jul 26, 2017

Are robots stealing our ? Interpretation on question mark, 1. Niche level jobs : Automation or technological advancement has led to the reduction in basic level jobs. 2. Human interaction : Too much dependence on technology has reduced people's tendency to interact with each other. 3. Use of cognitive ability : Drawing analogy from reduction in human knowledge level when people started trusting "Google" as ultimate source of knowledge, with an increase in ease of getting things done, people have reduced the use of their cognitive abilities.

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Aditya Singh

Jul 26, 2017

Yes, the robots will substitute a lot of humans doing menial repetitive jobs in very near future. But, new opportunities are also bound to appear in industries. The challenges and opportunities lie for individuals and organizations alike in developing other skills around the future scenario.

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Sameer Yadav

Jul 26, 2017

I would not say its stealing. Yes they are coming over to take most of our current jobs, but then we are humans and nature has created us in a way that we will think of something more productive to do with ourselves instead of doing something that is meant for a machine.

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Saurabh Kushwaha

Jul 26, 2017

Advancement of technologies had always brought disruption in the labor market but people had ed their talents and developed new skills to make themselves employable. Similar things need to be done currently instead of crying over spilt milk, so automation is not stealing our jobs but asking us to re-skill and make ourselves competent enough to face the challenges in this ever changing technology world.

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Saurabh Kushwaha

Jul 26, 2017

Advancement of technologies had always brought disruption in the labor market but people had ed their talents and developed new skills to make themselves employable. Similar things need to be done instead of crying over split milk, so automation is not stealing our jobs but asking us to re-skill and competent enough to face the challenges in this ever changing technology world.

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Yogesh

Jul 26, 2017

I really don't agree with your argument, because you are taking away 100s of job and creating one job in R&D. I personally don't this to be right(worthy).

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Yamini Arora

Jul 25, 2017

A new technology creates or eliminates jobs. The effect continues or accelerates for some years or decades. Then the market matures, or other technological changes intrude. Jobs stabilize or decline.

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Modh Neel

Jul 25, 2017

????????

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Kushal

Jul 25, 2017

????????

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Manthan

Jul 25, 2017

!!

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Nil Patel

Jul 25, 2017

Nice

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Nil Patel

Jul 25, 2017

Nice

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Nil Patel

Jul 25, 2017

Nice

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Prerak

Jul 25, 2017

Yes obviously

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Kevin Gondaliya

Jul 25, 2017

True

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Kevin Gondaliya

Jul 25, 2017

True

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Jul 25, 2017

Your opinion about robots taking over jobs is a topic worth to stand up for ....... But we need to adapt to ourselves to our upcoming future

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Gaurav Agarwal

Jul 25, 2017

Yes they are. This shouldn't be surprising. Going by the exponential growth in technological progress, robots dominating mundane tasks would become the norm. Humans at some work places will be replaced by robots just as travel agents are being replaced by online travel booking websites and mobile application, chauffeurs being replaced by driverless cars, only to name a few.

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Vikram Dhawan

Jul 25, 2017

The short answer is yes, but the main question is what kind of jobs they are stealing ? It is the repetitive and routine work that is being diverted to the robots. Jobs are being created too, but they are more knowledge driven and less mechanical in nature.

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Prasad Kanoor

Jul 25, 2017

Need not be. Somebody has to make the robots, anyway

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Shreya Sharma

Jul 25, 2017

Very well written.

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Tadasa Tanwi

Jul 25, 2017

No. The advent of machine learning and artificial intelligence may have caused some of the jobs to become redundant or extinct, but, at the same time have created so many more job opportunities. This is because the human cognitive skills are yet to be copied.

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Siddhi Mahatole

Jul 25, 2017

Amazing di! This is a topic needed to be debated with knowledge and delusional thinking!

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Rajul Mehta

Jul 25, 2017

Quite right !

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Ruchi Bhalla

Jul 25, 2017

Intuition still remains irreplaceable. Workforce will need to reinvent itself at a faster pace

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Dr Sangeeta Paliwal

Jul 25, 2017

Yes, it's is true that robots are there to help us in our life saving the man power for more complex and refined work!

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Saurabh Pandey

Jul 25, 2017

Automation is very good decision in our future because same work has done by many of peoples like same job and same process. Automation (robots stealing our jobs) is work same process and same job, many worker has been left for his job this is most difficult decision for a company. But after sometime we are know that every one get establish our own business. We are Human with brain not a robot, so that as a labor work done by robot and Decisions making work done by him.#NITian Saurabh

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G S Kalsi

Jul 25, 2017

Agree

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Sona

Jul 25, 2017

Explained it right

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Hemant Purohit

Jul 25, 2017

Very well explained

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Rahul Bhatia

Jul 25, 2017

The short answer yes. Even before industrial era, most people were farmers. Now, that task is done by 2% of the population only. Thanks to the automation. However, this does not mean its a bad thing. This allowed humans to focus more on other jobs, like industrial production, software engineering etc. So, in future yes robots will take our jobs but that may not be bad as that may allow us to other better tasks or we may develop a system of basic salary which will guarantee all eligible people some minimum wage.

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Devang Mistry

Jul 25, 2017

Well said!

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Amit Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Definitely. Depends on the definition of "our" though

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Joel Mudumala

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are stealing our low level jobs to produce more high level jobs!!Humans deserve more than a monotonous and mechanical job.Robots are giving us an opportunity for humans to focus on creative and research jobs.

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Akash Singhania

Jul 25, 2017

Robotics and artificial intelligence have proved to be disruptive innovations in the field of technology as they have eliminated many basic clerical jobs. Simultaneously it has substituted entry level jobs which has increased unemployment.

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Akash Singhania

Jul 25, 2017

Robotics and artificial intelligence have proved to be disruptive innovations in the field of technology as it has eliminated many basic clerical jobs that has increased efficiency and increased output. Simultaneously it has eliminated many jobs. As a result the level of technical knowledge required for an entry level job has increased.

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Smrutinjay Mishra

Jul 25, 2017

Given the continuous layoffs in assembly line and mass production industries, anyone can see that the answer is YES. The more pressing question would be: What training measures and opportunities should industry and government put in place to ensure that workers stay relevant? Coding/analytics, quality control & monitoring, customer redressal and repair will only stretch so fa.

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Jul 25, 2017

Robots are becoming smarter than people. They are faster and don't get bored and tired easily. The error of computation is very less. Today robots are doing jobs which were done exclusively by humans. We don't need as much manpower as we did earlier. Robots are taking away low level monotonous jobs but we still need human intervention in high level decision making.

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Deep Vashi

Jul 25, 2017

No. Definitely not. They are now creating a new domain of advanced technology and automation. The difference being that now there are jobs requiring a new skillset. Raw and physical labor is on the decline, however manufacturing robots themselves is an outlet for new jobs.

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Jul 25, 2017

Definitely yes, there is no double thought about it.Companies have started looking for automation and robotics to reduce labour and operation cost at their workplace.Highly technical jobs will increase but major proportion of jobs which are not highly technical will decrease. Hopefully new sectors will open up with new opportunities.

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Tejas Patel

Jul 25, 2017

Agree :-) We are the creators.

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Ketan Parekh

Jul 25, 2017

Very true

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Ketan Parekh

Jul 25, 2017

Very true

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Achal Patel

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are not stealing our jobs, they are merely replacing us. Why are they replacing us? The answer is simple, because they are better. Change is the law of nature. Have we not seen trains take over horses and tractors replacing bullocks. This time the stage is set around us and hence we are feeling the heat. But a fact we all have to accept is robots are here and they are better.

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Kirti Mavani

Jul 25, 2017

Very true.

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Kirti Mavani

Jul 25, 2017

Very true.

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Prerna Gosai

Jul 25, 2017

Keya mehta , going good ????????????????????

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Keya Mehta

Jul 25, 2017

Once robots were considered futuristic fictions and now the field of robotics promises to be the automated future, if not the present! Self help kiosks are a very good example of robots that have eliminated many jobs. Robots have already eaten up many middle level management jobs, report writing, and accounting jobs. But the jobs taken would be sectoral. New jobs would come up, more on the technical side to maintain and develop all these. To get those jobs, new skill sets should be developed. Well, as we all know, change is the only constant!

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Kashyap Dhar

Jul 25, 2017

Automation has obviously led to stealing of some jobs, but I would like to look it in a different way. It is forcing the people to skill themselves in areas which a machine cannot perform. It is forcing the workforce to create a point of differentiation between them and the others.

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Shashank Sharma

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are actually stealing jobs in some sectors such as manufacturing, finance right now. This can be seen from the downward pressure on wages in US, Europe, Japan etc. Due to technological advancements, productivity is growing, which means jobs will be lost, even if we account for increase in demand which is very minimal right now across the world as is evident from less than expected inflation figures. But looking at a long term perspective, aggregate demand will grow, requiring more developers and maintenance personnel. Also, there are some professions like nursing, table waiting, law which are still safe from robots replacing them as the consumers expect some form of human interaction here.

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Vignesh M

Jul 25, 2017

The invention bulb didn't shadow the sun. It was to complement the function of the sun in the night. Similarly, robots haven't arrived to take away our jobs. They are meant to do things which couldn't be done by men. As humans, we're expected to put our brains to work rather than the muscles. So, inculcation of technical skills and patronization of advanced technology can always guarantee jobs for us. We command robots even and it would be almost impossible for them to replace us.

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Vignesh M

Jul 25, 2017

The invention bulb didn't shadow the sun. It was to complement the function of the sun in the night. Similarly, robots haven't arrived to take away our jobs. They are meant to do things which couldn't be done by men. As humans, we're expected to put our brains to work rather than the muscles. So, inculcation of technical skills and patronization of advanced technology can always guarantee jobs for us. We command robots even and it would be almost impossible for them to replace us.

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Jaimin Gautam

Jul 25, 2017

In my opinion the answer is no .Because robots should be seen as the convenience for the human being no as the replacement for them. If robots are taking some jobs then there will be new jobs created for those people.The status of industry is changing continuously. Robots will be the means through which our work would be easier but they won't be taken as the replacement and if they are taken as replacement there would be some government policy to restrict that from happening

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Sneha Bajaj

Jul 25, 2017

I agree.

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Aman

Jul 25, 2017

In today's industrial scenario the answer according to me is No.Robots are a critical component of the industrial automation setup and are effectively used to increase the productivity.They particularly replace the older manual machines which have the minimal industrial output and have much higher mean time to repair.For robots the mean time before failure is much higher and the installations require knowledgeable maintenance teams for their regular smooth functioning.Thus it adds more jobs in the maintenance sector.Also the manpower being replaced by some of this setup can be chanelled and trained for varoius other manual intervening industrial jobs

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Sandeep

Jul 25, 2017

I also think the same

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Rahul

Jul 25, 2017

Robots aren't stealing jobs they are just optimising the business model. If you can buy a driver less car, would you say that the car stole the job of your chauffeur? I would say no. Robots are the next generation technology like artificial intelligence and internet-of-things. They are taking away historical data entry jobs (as an example) and going ahead and automising them. In terms of the IT industry, the traditional services have become stagnant and requires a more digital approach and this digitalisation requires new skills. As it is true for evolution, you need to adapt to survive.

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Saurabh

Jul 25, 2017

Agreed

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Manisha Dang

Jul 25, 2017

This is the Era of Technology. Development in Genetics, Robotics, Nanotechnology, Artificial intelligence, 3D Printing etc. all are our steps to the future, The Era 4.0, The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Technology has entered almost every phase of human life and machines are able to perform many industrial jobs efficiently. It is estimated that there would be a net loss of around 5 million jobs across developed nations and around 137 million across developing nations (60% of the workforce) by 2020. But this is not it. With the advancement of technology new avenues are being opened for new jobs like programming the robots, AI. Therefore we need to find ways to empower people, to add value to the economy, and find employment, not just a job.

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Jehal

Jul 25, 2017

No, in fact transforming jobs. Creating more jobs in totally new fields

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Vidushi Jalota

Jul 25, 2017

Robots help humans to do tasks otherwise too difficult or dangerous for them. Like, the military uses robots like Digger D-3 to remove explosive land mines which are buried from previous wars; doctors use robotic aids to perform minimally invasive surgeries thus enhancing productivity; their accuracy and speed saves a lot of time and money. All this has been possible because of immense R&D conducted over the years, so robots are not stealing our jobs but helping in making jobs easier,safer, cheaper and more productive for us by providing complementary support.

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Axar Lathia

Jul 25, 2017

No. They are not stealing our jobs but there are new type of jobs being created. Every Industrial revolution leads to lost of one type of job and creation of a different set of jobs which requires a new set of skills.

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Jerry

Jul 25, 2017

Good

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Nikita Garg

Jul 25, 2017

The robots won’t steal all our jobs, because their efficiencies will create more purchasing power for other spending or new products that require human involvement and oversight. #hack #nmims

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Shubham Gupta

Jul 25, 2017

Aptly Described .

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Zoheb Faisal

Jul 25, 2017

I agree with you

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Anoop S.Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

With the advent of 4th industrial revolution, robotic technology has replaced several menial/repetitive jobs. Two factors to consider would be the following: a) We need people to program these robots and b) overall efficiency has increased. So are robots stealing our jobs? No, I believe they're just displacing it. #IIFT #Hack

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Yogesh Thakur

Jul 25, 2017

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Nikita Khetan

Jul 25, 2017

Robotics promises to be the most disruptive technological shift since industrial revolution as they are being utilized extensively in various industries such as manufacturing and automotive to increase the throughput. Also, with the advancement in artificial intelligence & machine learning they are now being used in service sector like asking preferences of a customer and then delivering various kinds of options/solutions on the spot . I believe robots are stealing the jobs of people as they can operate throughout the day and night at about one-third of the cost of similar off-shore operator.

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Raghavendra Amte

Jul 25, 2017

Yes, its balancing act, some of the jobs in the industry required automation. On the other side of it we all will have opportunity for innovation.

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Sandeep Prasad

Jul 25, 2017

Not exactly!!

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Raghavendra Amte

Jul 25, 2017

Excellent

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Jamey

Jul 25, 2017

yes

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Krunal Markana

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are looked at with sense of uncertainty. Automation is happening and some of the jobs may lose but robots in any way will not replace humans. They can assist in work, make it more efficient. Also the automation will result into movement of manpower from administrative jobs to technical and managing ones. Robots are our friends, if used wisely.

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Tanu

Jul 25, 2017

True brother

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Prabhanjan Mahatole

Jul 25, 2017

machine life has developed at such an extreme pace, But " Human Values" Never replace by any Machine .

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Prashasti

Jul 25, 2017

Thh

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Prashasti

Jul 25, 2017

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Ankit Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Yes , due to automation in progress robot might steal our job..

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Smit

Jul 25, 2017

Very nice and informative.

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Kailash

Jul 25, 2017

Yes they are stealing our jobs

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Urvi

Jul 25, 2017

I completely agree with you that with robot taking over we can evolve and do more cognitively challenging jobs.

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Deepak Rathore

Jul 25, 2017

Very well said ... expression of Emotions is Solely right of Living being ... no machines / robot can have it .... And while performing any job ... it's always driven by Emotions ... good or bad emotions .... so take it easy ... Robots can't steal jobs however can help as much as humans want to....

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Anita

Jul 25, 2017

Are they? Or are there more and different kinds of jobs today.

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Deepak Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Innovation is the order of the day.

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Sanju

Jul 25, 2017

Like

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Sonal

Jul 25, 2017

Analysed and explained the issue precisely. ????

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Vishal Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Yes

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Aanchal Sahdev

Jul 25, 2017

Yes they are. They are replacing manual workers everyday, and they are the reason why we have such a large number of unemployable engineers amongst us.

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Neha Kumawat

Jul 25, 2017

Yes

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Abhishek Jain

Jul 25, 2017

Agreed

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Esha

Jul 25, 2017

They are not stealing any job.

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Rishabh Aggarwal

Jul 25, 2017

Human holds the power of descion making. Thus Robots are more likely to work abreast with human race in future yet to come.

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Gopal Kadabi

Jul 25, 2017

Yes. It is true that machined stealing human jobs.

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Gopal Kadabi

Jul 25, 2017

Yes. Many machines already stolen a lot of jobs and still that is continuing.

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Bharat Pradeep

Jul 25, 2017

In today's age where technology is increasing at a rapid rate, a solution to get away from monotonous jobs has been found. Robots have begun substituting workers from shop floors and this has sparked an issue of robots stealing our jobs which I feel is untrue. A lot of employment goes into engineering and creating a robot and this nullifies the end effect. Man is intelligent and will find ways and means to keep himself occupied by coming up with new ideas day after day.

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Rhh

Jul 25, 2017

Aa

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Rhh

Jul 25, 2017

Aa

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Chinmay Gunthey

Jul 25, 2017

Well, this has been a cause of concern from many years, but contrary to the popular belief, jobs have increased and are likely to increase in the upcoming years as well. Focus should be on education and awareness of technological advancements.

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Neha Oswal

Jul 25, 2017

Robots will definitely steal the jobs of unskilled employees but at same time the jobs for technology expertise will bloom. Technological Change - both gaining and losing jobs but in long run not destructive. Technological changes create consumer demands which sustains the employment growth and offset job losses.

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Ravina

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are taking over the mundane so that humans can focus on the ever evolving technology.

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Prateek Paliwal

Jul 25, 2017

Automation is the essence of robotics. Simple to moderately complex tasks are getting automated, thus reducing the requirement of manpower for those tasks. However, that doesn't necessarily signify human labour's redundancy. Humans are still needed for complex mechanisms, thought processes and control. Robotics signify a gradual shift in demand towards more relevant human skills. Thus, in essence, robotics epitomises the evolution of humans and their ecosystem. It should be seen as an optimisation process, not a threat for survival.

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Shivani

Jul 25, 2017

If we focus on future this wpnt be the sxenario.... There are many more jobs yet to come For the betterment of the sector Young talent coming forward to learn new and new technologies and grabbing the opportunities

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Smit

Jul 25, 2017

Very informative and very helpful article to guide young generation.

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Shivani

Jul 25, 2017

Its not true

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Akash

Jul 25, 2017

No its not true

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Sachin

Jul 25, 2017

Yes, i think so..

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Akash Agarwal

Jul 25, 2017

To the current extent, yes But if we focus on the upcoming future, we see a lot of skilled employment in the market working on advance skills and technologies.

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Keerat Gill

Jul 25, 2017

Agree.

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Divya

Jul 25, 2017

Noupe!

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Himanshu Gupta

Jul 25, 2017

Robots will not steal our jobs entirely but it will work with us to deliver the best performance.Its use will decrease the demand of unskilled employees but will also increase the deman for skilled employees.Also the use of robotics will create new jobs in manufacturing and service sector of the robotics industry. The future is changing from hard working to smart and efficient hard working which we need to develop right now.

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Sunil Shingala

Jul 25, 2017

Why would someone desire a job?The answer of the question is obviously to improve quality of life and to enrich the future.How can something threaten the very same thing it is designed for?

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Divya

Jul 25, 2017

Noupe!

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Sumit Jadav

Jul 25, 2017

I agree with this statement to a certain extent. However, it also generates more demand for research and development of such technologies. This leads to a requirement of more high skilled labor.

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Saurabh Rathore

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are stealing certain jobs mainly in the sector of transportation and storage, manufacturing and retail. But this creates a parallel industry which requires humans for development and maintenance of robots. Additionally, robots will never be able to steal jobs which require human skills such as creativity, interpersonal skills and emotions. So relax guys! #IIFT #HACK

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Ankit Tanwar

Jul 25, 2017

Jobs do not only require the mechanistic work but also it needs to have a human touch. Robots may take some of the jobs, which they will, but they won't be able to give jobs a human touch.

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Vaibhav Sharma

Jul 25, 2017

Correct!

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Tarini

Jul 25, 2017

I mean really? What is your argument here? That a machine is smarter than its creater? The old school need, importance and power of manforce still remains intact even in this technology savvy fast moving World. No everything we see is Robot operated and nor are they even required for the majority of the work. So no this idea that Robots are stealing our jobs is discarded effective immediately for the very reason that a Robot isnt feeding you food, washing your clothes, making your bed and mind you if you think that this is not a job, then no wonder what you think a job is

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Prateek

Jul 25, 2017

Perfectly written!

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Paras Goel

Jul 25, 2017

In my opinion, NO. As robots are much more efficient and effective than humans, in some industries humans are getting replaced by robots. But it's again a human who makes robots. So, if there'll be more requirement of robots, more humans will be needed to make and maintain them. So jobs are getting shifted, not stolen.

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Jyoti

Jul 25, 2017

Relevant in today's world and to the point.

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Abhishek Pal

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are not stealing our jobs. It's like saying that forklifts are stealing jobs from manual labor. Just as a forklift increases the total efficiency robots would take over mundane jobs and will allow us to focus on more creative and important jobs.

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Bharath

Jul 25, 2017

Yes..I agree with sonalin!! Automation creates more and more job opportunities in future.

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Shantanu Agarwal

Jul 25, 2017

Yes

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Vaibhav

Jul 25, 2017

Right to the point

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Devesh Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Any change,even if for the better, is disruptive in the short run.In the mid to long run we start reaping its rewards.Change is the only constant and one must embrace it ,with an open mind and a winner's spirit,rather than fear it or have a disdainful attitude towards it.

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Varun Garg

Jul 25, 2017

Agree 100%

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Savita Didwania

Jul 25, 2017

Great work

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Surbhi Didwania

Jul 25, 2017

Great

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Ishita Agarwal

Jul 25, 2017

Yes because the machines are getting automated which mean less labour is required and that is leading to reduction in employment of people.

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Surya Anirudh

Jul 25, 2017

No. We should celebrate the fact that we are transcending into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, a revolution which will sensationally transform the way we perform tasks. There will be job creation and improved job opportunities, since mundane tasks will be done through artificial intelligence.

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Karuna Ramkumar

Jul 25, 2017

Stealing many of our present jobs slowly and gradually? Yes absolutely! But present jobs weren't even conceived as jobs hundred years ago! From working all day long, we have come down to 9-5 jobs. If robots can change that in future so we have time to do all that we think we will do SOME DAY, then isn't that what we all want at the end of the day? :)

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Aashray Thakkar

Jul 25, 2017

No, the robots are taking up our laborious jobs and in turn generating jobs that involve innovation and analytics. So in a nut shell they are improving our QUALITY of job. #IIFT #Hack

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Devesh Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Any change,even if for the better, is disruptive in the short run.In the mid to long run we start reaping its rewards.Change is the only constant and one must embrace it ,with an open mind and a winner's spirit,rather than fear it or have a disdainful attitude towards it.

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Aahutosh

Jul 25, 2017

Yes

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Devesh Kumar

Jul 25, 2017

Any change,even if for the better, is disruptive in the short run.In the mid to long run we start reaping its rewards.Change is the only constant and one must embrace it ,with an open mind and a winner's spirit,rather than fear it or have a disdainful attitude towards it.

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Vaibhav

Jul 25, 2017

True said????????

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Neha

Jul 25, 2017

Excellent

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Neha

Jul 25, 2017

Excellent

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Tanushree Singhal

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are taking up responsibilities and tasks performed by humans. It cannot be termed as stealing, since it is us humans who have developed and put in the robots to perform the jobs.

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Prateek Jain

Jul 25, 2017

With robots, we won't loose our jobs, but our role will evolve. Robotics is just the current phase of our evolution. Horse cart industry was not happy with automatic engines (buses and taxis). These taxis are not happy with Ola and Uber. Factory workers weren't happy with automation. Same is the case with robots. People just need to adapt as per the new order of the world

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Tanushree Singhal

Jul 25, 2017

Robots are taking up responsibilities and tasks performed by humans. It cannot be termed as stealing, since it is us humans who have developed and put in the robots to perform the jobs.

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Satya Kalyan Yerramsetti

Jul 25, 2017

Well written article.

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Aanchal Bansal

Jul 25, 2017

I don't think robots can steal our jobs. Human intelligence is something they can't compete with

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Subhasish Panda

Jul 24, 2017

Not exactly, robots and technology are aiding human kind. Technology as a factor of production when develope Increase the total production of a country and hence the GDP. Robots or automation can be used to increase the productivity in those jobs which usually involved high level of risks or repetitive tasks. With the Increase in output from this sector, can be used as a factor of production in some other sector and hence creating new jobs in the economy.

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Bhavesh Rathore

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can facilitate the human work, but can not replace humans completely.

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Anirudh Ramaswamy

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are stealing jobs but it is going to make our place a better place to live.

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Devanshu

Jul 24, 2017

True

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Abhilash Paul Choudhury

Jul 24, 2017

Ya

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Atish Deepank

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, it is a fact that robots are stealing our jobs but the goal of life is not to work. It is to create as much free time as possible. That is why humans strive for productivity. After the industrial revolution, millions of people shifted from agricultural labour to manufacturing, reducing their work and increasing their free time. The same happened with manufacturing and people moved to the service sector. While their may be short term pains, in the long run, we will have much more free time! #HACK #NMIMS

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Jul 24, 2017

Well written Siddharth! And I agree with your say that robots woukd take up tedious tasks and make them easier while the intellectual ones would be done by humans.

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Saumya Porwal

Jul 24, 2017

Very insightful

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Riddhi Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, absolutely. AI is taking over human jobs and rendering the unskilled and semi skilled laborers unemployed. This can be both an opportunity and a cause for worry. Opportunity because it gives us the chance to put our skills, effort and time to better use and cause for worry because imparting other skills to the unskilled and semi-skilled population and bringing them into mainstream jobs will take a lot of time and effort.

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Mayank Dargan

Jul 24, 2017

Well written and consolidated article.

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Saumya Porwal

Jul 24, 2017

Very insightful

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Prachi Lakhotia

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can steal our jobs only upto a certain extent. They can never completely remove the need for humans who are their creators

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Nikhil Nerkar

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are helping in automation, they are also creating new jobs involving themselves, we call it transformation. Jobs in transportation, storage sectors, manufacturing and retail are being replaced. Wherever the human touch or rational thinking is required, humans have an edge as we are adaptive.

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Sonakshi Mata

Jul 24, 2017

#hack#NMIMS The extent to which emerging technologies built on robots will definitely replace labour and scale down the number of jobs.

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Padma Raju Mathi

Jul 24, 2017

Automation is not a new phenomenon. Understandably, it inspires fear. The robots won’t steal all our jobs, because their efficiencies will create more purchasing power for other spending or new products that require human involvement and oversight.

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Satyaki Kundu

Jul 24, 2017

Instead of bashing automation, we should look forward to creating more jobs through it. It's similar to the situation when computer was heavily criticized during its introduction in west bengal.

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Sravani

Jul 24, 2017

Yes

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Satyaki Kundu

Jul 24, 2017

Instead of bashing automation, we should look forward to creating more jobs through it. It's similar to the situation when computer was heavily criticized during its introduction in west bengal.

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Harnissh

Jul 24, 2017

Time n Tide Waits for no man.......so is this.....

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Harnissh

Jul 24, 2017

Time n Tide Waits for no man.......so is this.....

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Mayank Singh

Jul 24, 2017

AI robots (algorithms) already place the ads on newspaper feeds which is why sometimes you get cheap flights offered on a story about a missing airliner. Some parts of human judgment cannot be replicated, but most can. Most jobs are predictable routines within certain parameters

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Shashank Shekhar

Jul 24, 2017

Electricity too killed a lot of jobs - ice men, launderers, household help replaced by washing machine and dishwashers, firewood providers, candle makers - but it created many more. It was feared that ATMs would replace bank tellers, however reduction in costs due to ATMs helped banks open more branches. Development, if constructive, will never mean any harm. It applies to the automation industry as well.

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Rajat

Jul 24, 2017

No

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Ashar A Latheef

Jul 24, 2017

Not at all. We can now say Good Bye to the repetitive, monotonous, mundane tasks which can be handled efficiently by Robots, and engage in more productive, engaging and interesting work. #NMIMS #HaCk

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Aditi Shinde

Jul 24, 2017

Fears of robots stealing our jobs are misplaced. Humans are known to grow and evolve on the precipice of change. Robots prove that we make things to challenge our own boundaries. I believe something amazing is right around the corner #Hack#NMIMS

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Nishanth S

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are stealing our jobs but we're the ones making the robots. Man power would be needed in this process. Also, people would be needed to improve on the existing robots and service them too. So, jobs will be created but in a different field. The one thing that robots can't do unlike humans is to think. Robots are emotionless too. So, only mechanical jobs would mostly be replaced by robots

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Niranjan Kumar

Jul 24, 2017

Awesome keep it up

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Sourav

Jul 24, 2017

Though Automation is kicking in pretty fast there will always be a majority of tasks where Human Intervention is required. Hence, Robots cannot take the place of the Humans. The conscience that a Human mind has can never be replaced by a Robotic one.

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Niranjan Kumar

Jul 24, 2017

Awesome

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Tarushi Bhatia

Jul 24, 2017

Yes robots are stealing our jobs as automation is the new buzzword these days thereby reducing dependence on manual labour

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Manisha

Jul 24, 2017

Yes i agree with aishwarya

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Nupur

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can't completely replace humans ,they can only transform their work..!!

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Nupur

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can't completely replace humans ,they can only transform their work..!!

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Akshit Agarwal

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, to some extent, they are. But this doesn't have to be a bad thing. Where robots are helping in automation, they are also creating new jobs involving themselves. So that does mean that robots are replacing low skill jobs with high skill ones, but it is only in the overall benefit of humanity. As for the ones on the bottom of the pyramid whose jobs are getting stolen, they must adapt like they always have. Each industrial revolution has brought with it various problems and people have always adapted.

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Manisha

Jul 24, 2017

Yes I agree Already started in most of the renowned company Truly said aishwarya

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Gaurav Aggarwal

Jul 24, 2017

No. I don't think robots are stealing our jobs. In fact these are the creation by humans. With the advent of new technologies it will give even more opportunities for the unskilled labour to get skilled and work for better paying jobs. It will eventually lead to decrease in unemployment as the demand for skilled labour will increase with the invent of new technologies.

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Satvik

Jul 24, 2017

In the past it was thought this way but to cater the needs of the ever increasing population the production needs to be increased too which calls for the help of bots in work.

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Archisha Bhattacharjee

Jul 24, 2017

Yes

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Arushi

Jul 24, 2017

Just making things more efficient for an easier life! #NMIMS #HACK

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Devang Padhiyar

Jul 24, 2017

Robots, currently, are designed to take up the manual tasks, McDonald's in USA recently used a Momentum Machines robot which could make a hamburger in 10 seconds and could possibly replace the human taskforce, not entirely but by a margin. In the early 1990s also it was predicted that mechanization will take up jobs, which was proven wrong as human hand is still required in all aspects and sectors of the economy. However, the scenario can be a lot different with the developments in AI predicted to come up in the next two decades.

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Madhu Bharadwaj H N

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, to some extent! #Hack#NMIMS

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Jul 24, 2017

Robots used by manufacturing plants has many advantages but the technology itself is very expensive to implement and would require skilled labour to operate which eventually would result in high capital,running, maintenance & operating costs,which would increase the cost of manufactured products. In developing countries like India there is an abundant supply of low cost labour and with proper process management would yield products at lower cost. Automation would only increase employment as it is an additive measure to increase productivity. Robots have an increasing application in military and space sectors and are used to perform tasks which humans can't.

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Smrutikanta Samantasinghar

Jul 24, 2017

Good observation

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Rutvi Vithalani

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can do the physical work done by humans but the creativity and ideas will lie with human beings.

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Satya Pravin Kumpatla

Jul 24, 2017

Robots have been utilized in several industries, including the automotive and manufacturing sectors, for decades; Experts now predict that a tipping point in robotic deployments is imminent – and that much of the developed world simply isn’t prepared for such a radical transition

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Mishal Sheth

Jul 24, 2017

In the long run, automation will definitely lead to job losses in industries which require low skills. Artificial intelligence has already made inroads in the tech sector and moving into manufacturing at a good pace. It also reduces the cost drastically, hence it is preferred over manual labor. #HACK #NMIMS

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Tarun Agarwal

Jul 24, 2017

#HACK#NMIMS absolutely not Humans created robots we are the smart breed its just our perception but not the reality they are just helping in making our work easy but they are and will be always secondary.

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Jul 24, 2017

In the long run, automation will definitely lead to job losses in industries which require low skills. Artificial intelligence has already made inroads in the tech sector and moving into manufacturing at a good pace. It also reduces the cost drastically, hence it is preferred over manual labor.

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Nikunj Jajodia

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, humans are developing robots at the cost of their own jobs and the effects are only going to increase in the future

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Aditya Deepak

Jul 24, 2017

Agree

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Ruchi

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are a manifestation of weak AI and can perform mechanical jobs, leaving more time for humans to be involved in skilled and intelligent jobs. But the increase in the latter category is way lesser than the workforce added every year. Thus, with robots taking over the mechanical work and fewer skilled jobs requiring human intellect, it appears as if they are stealing our jobs. #HACK #NMIMS

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Shubham Raj

Jul 24, 2017

yes to some extent robots are stealing manual jobs but in order to develop and maintain such robotic industry we still need human intelligence. So its time to develop new skill set among working class and rest will be fine. #HACK #NMIMS

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Krunal Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can't steal human jobs. There are lot of things that Robots can't do in industry.

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Karuna Tejwani

Jul 24, 2017

Nice one

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Krunal Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can't steal human jobs. There are lot of things that Robots can't do in industry.

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Harsh Didwania

Jul 24, 2017

No. Creators never loose to the created! #HACK #NMIMS

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Vishvam Raval

Jul 24, 2017

Nope... We are the ones making them work hard for that....

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Pushprajsinh Zala

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, they are. For example, we had more people working in agriculture 100 years ago than it is today. Still due to technological advancement we are getting more output from agriculture. So yes robots are taking our jobs. But 100 years ago, people wouldn't even thought of doing modern day jobs like mobile app designer, data analytics engineer, content marketer etc. So technological advancements are also creating jobs. #IIFT #Hack

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Sanjana Menon

Jul 24, 2017

Yes. #NMIMS #HACK

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Raunak Bothra

Jul 24, 2017

Not yet. Man has made robots so he is definitely more efficient. So in order to survive today one needs to be skilled in more than one department with proficiency. Human brain will always be in demand.

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Devna Mehra

Jul 24, 2017

Agree ... most jobs in the commercial sector will be affected by robotic automation in the next several years.

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Srishtika Nayan

Jul 24, 2017

Great job!

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Rajat Bansal

Jul 24, 2017

No. Automation, reduced material handling and streamlined operations are some of the benefits of using robots. Every decision has upside and downside. Evolving with time is the need of the hour

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Shivam Kaushal

Jul 24, 2017

Yes to some extent...but they cannot steal the intelligence that was used to make them. #HACK #NMIMS

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Raj Goenka

Jul 24, 2017

No matter how good the 'Transformers' are , they'll always need a Sam Witwicky !?

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Binjaram

Jul 24, 2017

??

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Shefali Goel

Jul 24, 2017

No because it's called smart work.#NMIMS#HACK

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Binjaram

Jul 24, 2017

Binjaran

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Inderveer

Jul 24, 2017

Impressive.

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Snehashish Tanya

Jul 24, 2017

I agree. Robots will only help automate the process and make life easier. No new invention can totally eradicate human resource. After all, it's made by man himself. Computers are another example of an automation that was feared, but turned out to be very beneficial for mankind.

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Achyuth J

Jul 24, 2017

Yes they do! #HACK #NMIMS

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Anuj Poddar

Jul 24, 2017

For more than 250 years the fundamental drivers of economic growth have been technological innovations. The most important general-purpose technology of our era is artificial intelligence, particularly machine learning (ML) — that is, the machine’s ability to keep improving its performance without humans having to explain exactly how to accomplish all the tasks it’s given. We can now build systems that learn how to perform tasks on their own. Over the next decade, AI won't replace managers, but managers who use AI will replace those who don't

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Dutt Bhatt

Jul 24, 2017

Yep

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Snehalata Mundra

Jul 24, 2017

robots are stealing our mechanical and monotonous jobs possibly freeing us up to take up more exciting challenges! #NMIMS #HACK

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Sakshi Nayal

Jul 24, 2017

It's not stealing, it's automating processes so that human labor can be used for something more productive #hack #NMIMS

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Taniya Thapliyal

Jul 24, 2017

great ????

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Parikshit

Jul 24, 2017

Yes for sure, but also managing and controlling them will open new job oppurtunities..

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Mandvi Agarwal

Jul 24, 2017

They will one day. At the pace we are moving they are likely to substitute us.

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Akshita Chhangani

Jul 24, 2017

Yes. Definitely. That is the need of the hour. But at the same time, it cannot replace humans completely at workplace.

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Bhargav Sarma

Jul 24, 2017

I agree. Besides, machines can't replace all aspects of manual labour. When processes are automated, certain aspects still require manual work. Automation scales up production to such levels that over time, more people are actually required for the leftover manual work, thus generating employment instead of diminishing it.

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Tamseel Aquib

Jul 24, 2017

A lot of people might disagree but it has already srarted to happen. Realization hasn't occured yet but somewhere, somehow people must understand that it is happening and will increase with time. Though there is no certainty of anything as most of the jobs that will be in 2036 haven't started yet. But with the ever increasing power of Artificial intelligence and the growing demand of higher efficiency has led us to move towards robots.

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Akarsh Mahendra

Jul 24, 2017

They are just the tools....

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Ankit Bhatia

Jul 24, 2017

What is new about the present revolution is the pace with which change is occurring, and the impact being brought about by robotics. “Jobs at all levels in society presently undertaken by humans are at risk of being reassigned to robots. It may be substantiated by the fact the a production robot is cheaper than a worker in China. Similar is the case with a German car worker which costs more than £34 an hour as compared to £5 per hour of Robots. This situation could introduce a kind of ‘human quota’ as against machines. #IIFT#Hack

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PRATEEK BONDRIYA

Jul 24, 2017

Australian company Fastbrick Robotics, The Hadrian X, can lay over 1000 bricks in an hour, a task that would take 2 human bricklayers the better part of a day or longer to complete. Automation and robotics will definitely impact the lower skilled people, which is unfortunate. The question is what do we require, better efficiency and quick deliverance at work or retention and henceforth survival of a human touch.

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Ananya Singh

Jul 24, 2017

I don't think Robots are stealing our jobs. Yes, automation is leaving a huge chunk of the workforce jobless in the short term, but even the robots require humans for making them work or even exist in the very first place. What humans can do, can never be completely overtaken by Robots.

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Parth Ashar

Jul 24, 2017

Only the menial one's. It is a revolutionary step. Reduces error to great effect and if it takes up one aspect of job, creates a plethora of other opportunites like machine learning, ai and the machine maintenance to name a few

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Vritika

Jul 24, 2017

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Anuraj Gabale

Jul 24, 2017

No! We are making robots to lessen our work!! #Hack #NMIMS

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Vritika

Jul 24, 2017

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Tamseel Aquib

Jul 24, 2017

A lot of people might disagree but it has already srarted to happen. Realization hasn't occured yet but somewhere, somehow people must understand that it is happening and will increase with time. Though there is no certainty of anything as most of the jobs that will be in 2036 haven't started yet. But with the ever increasing power of Artificial intelligence and the growing demand of higher efficiency has led us to move towards robots.

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Kruti Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are creating a 'narrow but healthy circle' for us. Think of it this way, yes a lot of jobs previously mastered by humans are getting transferred to machines and robots, but at the same time, there is an entire stream of education rising : Robotics and Analytics (in all streams.) Agreed, that only the students inclined towards math and science (narrow) would be directly benefited with this, but think again. If we expect robots to capture tasks in every industry, there has to be someone from the industry guiding this behavior, giving rise to consultants across industries (healthy).

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Anuraj Gabale

Jul 24, 2017

No! We are making robots to lessen our work!!

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K Raveesh Babu

Jul 24, 2017

Yes . Machines are rising . Lets train ourselves to control them .#Hack #NMIMS

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K Raveesh Babu

Jul 24, 2017

Yes . Machines are rising . Lets train ourselves to control them .

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Shivam Kaushal

Jul 24, 2017

Yes to some extent...but they cannot steal the intelligence that was used to make them.

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Col PK Shrivastava

Jul 24, 2017

True

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Vedu

Jul 24, 2017

Hi

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Ajay Kapoor

Jul 24, 2017

Anchal

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Disha Kalsi

Jul 24, 2017

Artificial intelligence is the new buzzword. We are losing a lot to automation. But just as any disruption this is also imperative. Instead of looking at it as a threat, we should get prepared for it. Start honing our skills to make ourselves ready for the challenge.

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Manthan Panchal

Jul 24, 2017

In my opinion, No. Robot can reduce human workload but it can neither feel anything nor can take any preventive measures. So somehow humans are involved in any automated industry to check whether Robots working properly? Secondly, maintenance of it also requires manpower. Robots takes place of human on shop floor but cannot replace where Humans actually required i.e. in Decision making, in Planning etc. "It cannot do discussions, brainstorming to get the best result." Unless & until we, the humans give any signal/input, robot won't perform any task. It is upto us whether we handle it or vice versa!!

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Ritvik Saroliya

Jul 24, 2017

No, did machines the same to us ? No they helped improve the way we live life. And in the same way robots will help us to lead a better life.

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Malka

Jul 24, 2017

I see the advances happening in technology and it’s becoming evident that computers, machines, robots, and algorithms are going to be able to do most of the routine, repetitive types of jobs. That’s the essence of what machine learning is all about. What types of jobs are on some level fundamentally predictable? A lot of different skill levels fall into that category. It’s not just about lower-skilled jobs either. People with college degrees, even professional degrees, people like lawyers are doing things that ultimately are predictable. A lot of those jobs are going to be susceptible over time.So yes, robots can be said to be stealing our jobs

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Shubransh Srivastava

Jul 24, 2017

Automation and robots are definately going to take away some of our jobs. More and more mechanical work is being automated and which would not require human workforce. However companies are investing huge sums in training the existing workforce and creating new job roles for the people. #hack# NMIMS

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Abhishek Jain

Jul 24, 2017

Agreed

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Divya Bansal

Jul 24, 2017

Rightly said

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Siddharth Gandhi

Jul 24, 2017

Automation has put lot of workers to rest. But on the whole technology has created numerous jobs. ATMs helped banks increase their reach, no of customers. Bank employees were able to use personal skills and sell other services.

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Simarpreet Kaur

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are helping us by doing the mechanical jobs and are giving us an opportunity to focus on finding solutions to more complex problems.

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Divya Bansal

Jul 24, 2017

Very true

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Abhishek Jain

Jul 24, 2017

True

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Sneha Bajaj

Jul 24, 2017

Partly true.

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Dharmil

Jul 24, 2017

I disagree

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Abhishek Jain

Jul 24, 2017

True

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Pankaj

Jul 24, 2017

Correct. True.

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Akram Mohiddin M

Jul 24, 2017

Robots will not steal our jobs. They will just push employees from Bottom of Pyramid, where Physical Labour is important to Top of Pyramid, where Creativity is valued.

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Amit Sejwani

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are just making relevant changes where human behavior leads to mistakes, Bots tend to work on programme and not shift from the given targets.

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Jul 24, 2017

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Karan Kapur

Jul 24, 2017

Its not stealing if you give it voluntary

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Aathira

Jul 24, 2017

No

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Dhruv Goda

Jul 24, 2017

Technology, when originally developed, in its most naive form, was to ease life of humans. This eventually paved way for robots. And it does not stop here. If technology advances further, which it surely will, there are going to be things will be done by it that will reduce human intervention in a lot of fields. One can say that this is the 'evil' side of the coin, but it is not avoidable. So yes, robots can be said to be stealing our jobs, but this is the trade off that we have chosen.

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Sonalin Subhadarshini

Jul 24, 2017

No. Automation has always been feared but if we look at history it has always had positive impact on our working system. For example, when ATMs came, people thought it would replace bank tellers and reduce employment but rather it reduced costs. It has also helped bankers to focus on important matters rather than mundane work. #IIFT#Hack

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Sachin Aggarwal

Jul 24, 2017

Are robots stealing our job? The answer is both yes and no. Yes, for all the non emotional, non creative and non intuitive jobs. For example, in sales & marketing roles, a robot or for that matter AI might just help you in defining your target markets but it can't market the product itself and make the sales happen. On the other hand, use of robots in Manufacturing and Production processes can help an organisation increase its productivity and have its man power focussed towards customer interactions and acquisitions.

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Darshit

Jul 24, 2017

this is wrong

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SHRIDHAR CHILKA

Jul 24, 2017

Everything that can be automated ... will be automated !! #HACK #NMIMS

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Pranshu

Jul 24, 2017

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Himesh Parikh

Jul 24, 2017

Excellent

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Himesh Parikh

Jul 24, 2017

Excellent

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Sharmistha Ranjan

Jul 24, 2017

I appreciate your views/ ideas that you have expressed in this aspect.

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Mahesh Prajapati

Jul 24, 2017

No, robots are not stealing our jobs. If we look at current scenario, robots are reducing physical human efforts. But the mental work is still to be done by humans. Eg. Robots may collect and sort the data but the analysis of the same and decision making is to be done by humans. The workers at lower levels of hierarchy may face difficulties at first but this disruptive change will create ample of opportunities for them to learn and work.

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Rajan Rao

Jul 24, 2017

Kudos..!

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Vrushti Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Automation and technology is the future. Whether stealing jobs or not humans will have to learn to incorporate such technological advances and AI into their daily life and make necessary choices to save their jobs.

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Sharmistha Ranjan

Jul 24, 2017

Well written, yes I agree what you have said about this.

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Gourav Nandwani

Jul 24, 2017

Leading to unemployment.

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Hardik Patel

Jul 24, 2017

Let's just look at today's scenario. We have the highest population around the world and highest no. jobs for us. We are using robots for many processes but that did not affrct the job creation. Yes installing a robot can make some people to loose their jobs, but on the other side many are getting new jobs in IT and Technical fiels. People needs to have skills to overcome this things. The wealth created by robots distributed till the last man of the chain. It's a cycle that makes everyone happy in long run.

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Pranay Suman Das

Jul 24, 2017

Rather than being afraid of Robotic take down of our future jobs, we should understand that AI is going to be complementary to what we can do rather than being substitutional. It's just the next step of evolution and we need to believe in that. #IIFT #HACK

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Monali Madhulita

Jul 24, 2017

From time immemorial, mankind has created, endured and grown from nearly every technological advancement. But this time it will affect white collared workers too. The transition hurts so we have to keep on updating our knowledge stream to stay relevant. Moreover, only few jobs can be completely automated, rest requires human intelligence. Hence, robots will complement us and not substitute us. #IIFT #HACK

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Mridul Grover

Jul 24, 2017

History has always been averse to change. Similar anxieties and challenges were faced by the people during industrial revolution. While it might be true that in segments that would be automated, many jobs will be lost but the disruption would also create many more jobs as we had seen during industrial revolution but that job role might be totally different from what we can think of.Human Beings are through their ingenuity would mind solutions to this disruption and would adjust quickly in the new world.

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Vishal

Jul 24, 2017

yes

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Shubhransh

Jul 24, 2017

This is the century of AI. Robots are acquiring more complex roles with each passing day. Be it the manufacturing, Healthcare, Defence or any other sector, the AI invasion has been all encompassing. Robots may offer greater efficiency and may require lower maintenance costs but they can never fully replace their creators, the humans in the workplace. #HACK#NMIMS

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Sonakshi Mata

Jul 24, 2017

Robots will help us do things faster and with greater efficiency. It's also thus going to make a lot of jobs redundant and this population needs to be reskilled and moved within the organisation to newer roles. This will be one of the biggest challenges for companies and educational institutes alike.

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Mahesh Prajapati

Jul 24, 2017

No, robots are not stealing our jobs. If we look at current scenario, robots are reducing physical human efforts. But the mental work is still to be done by humans. Eg. Robots may collect and sort the data but the analysis of the same and decision making is to be done by humans. The workers at lower levels of hierarchy may face difficulties at first but this disruptive change will create ample of opportunities for them to learn and work.

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Akanksha Prasad

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, I agree that robots are taking up jobs , but the jobs being taken up as of now are routine mundane ones. In history whenever a new technology has emerged paradoxically unemployment rates have either remained same or declined.This happened because new sectors emerged and created employment opportunities which absorbed the displaced workforce. For eg: people shifted from agriculture to industries with the advent of industrialization.The question now is whether technology will create new opportunities or not for humans when robots have started stealing routine methodical jobs from them? #NMIMS Mumbai

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Atul

Jul 24, 2017

Automation is the way forward, we should focus on learning and equiping ourselves better for the future

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Rahat

Jul 24, 2017

There is a large impending disaster that is looming. Take guard humans.

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Gayatri Chibba

Jul 24, 2017

No they're not. They are helping us do our work more efficiently.

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Mithun

Jul 24, 2017

No, They are automating existing jobs in turn providing new ones similar to what happened after independence #NMIMS

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Nidhi Doshi

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can do the job more efficiently.

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Prachi Arora

Jul 24, 2017

We have big reasons to worry if alpha go condescends the human race further, like it did with Ke Jie in the Go game and reasons to cherish if they compliment mankind

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Mithun

Jul 24, 2017

No, They are automating existing jobs in turn providing new ones similar to what happened after independence

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Akash

Jul 24, 2017

I disagree #IIFT

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Paras Sethi

Jul 24, 2017

Yes yes yes

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Arnab Saha

Jul 24, 2017

Yes definitely. .robotics and automation are stealing jobs and layoffs areally the latest trends now. But everything has its threshold. Layoff will definitely stagate at some point of time and machines do need human brain for maintenance and upgrade.

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Prateek Bondriya

Jul 24, 2017

Australian company Fastbrick Robotics, The Hadrian X, can lay over 1000 bricks in an hour, a task that would take 2 human bricklayers the better part of a day or longer to complete. Automation and robotics will definitely impact the lower skilled people, which is unfortunate. The question is what do we require, better efficiency and quick deliverance at work or retention and henceforth survival of a human touch.

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Himanshi Taneja

Jul 24, 2017

Considering India, which is not fully digitized yet; yes Robots are eating up low jobs. First of all rural India should have access to the digital innovation and then we can minimize human labor through robots

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Kartikey Goyal

Jul 24, 2017

A question troubling humanity since the Industrial Revolution. The answer is simply yes. They will take our job and we would shift to a more productive and efficient job. #NMIMS #HACK

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Naved Akhtar

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are stealing our mechanical and mundane jobs, giving us ample opportunity to acquire skills to solve more complex problems which robots cannot do at least in the near future.

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Hardik Patel

Jul 24, 2017

No, there is a job loss in short run but if we consider the long run, it is making jobs and distributing wealth to the last men involved. Need for technical knowledge makes people to Learn more, and earn more. It goes in chain and the wealth reach to the last men eventually. Lets take an example. Today we have highest number of people and highest number of jobs all around the world. If robots have taken our jobs the % unemployment should be at pick at this moment. So the answer is simply No.

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Shubhransh

Jul 24, 2017

This is the century of AI. Robots are acquiring more complex roles with every passing day. Be it manufacturing, healthcare, Military hardware, or any other field, the AI invasion has been felt everywhere. Robots may offer greater efficiency and require lesser maintenance costs however they can never fully replace their creators, the humans in the workplace.

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Aakash Agarwal

Jul 24, 2017

I think with the increasing technology, robots taking human jobs in mundane works is a reality. This calls for people in the workforce to upgrade their skills and run the robots to make the best and efficient use of the machines.

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Vaneet Verma

Jul 24, 2017

Yes they are stealing jobs in one sector, but at the same time jobs are being created in other sectors. The economy is changing everyday and it has become very important for an individual to stay active and constantly strive to update his skills with time.

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Jasmeet Singh Bedi

Jul 24, 2017

It's not that robot are stealing our jobs, it's making us more knowledgeable, and making us compete with our own creations which increases our competencies..!!

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Shubransh Srivastava

Jul 24, 2017

Automation and robots are definately going to take away some of our jobs

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MADHUR KATYAL

Jul 24, 2017

We live in a matrix- we will soon know:P

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J.D.Abineeth

Jul 24, 2017

No. Instead they are pushing us to create more jobs #Hack #NMIMS

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Devarshi

Jul 24, 2017

Robots will not steal our jobs but AI would!!

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Aditya Sinha

Jul 24, 2017

Absolutely. The unemployment due to automation at large service sector companies is at all time high

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Krish Beriwal

Jul 24, 2017

Can Robots replace managers, don't think so. They steal what we let them to. #nmims #hack

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Namrata Agrawal

Jul 24, 2017

Right now we're ahead of them and we're busy preparing them to ease development but it seems like it's only a matter of time before robots might overtake us.

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Akshaya

Jul 24, 2017

Before alarm clocks in England there used to be a designated person whose job was to go and tap on first floor windows in the morning to wake people up. While one can think alarm clocks took their job away, it also provided jobs to a different industry. In similar manner automation will provide jobs in a different skilled industry while also improving productivity where same is applied. #NMIMS #HACK

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Rishabh Bhatla

Jul 24, 2017

There will definitely a reduction in number of jobs as evident from recent job cuts in IT sector. But on the scale of panic, the affect is still not panic end. Robots are stealing but definitely not robbing. #HACK#NMIMS

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Kartik Mehta

Jul 24, 2017

It cannot be called stealing if there's marked improvement in the process. It only calls for reallocation of resources effectively and efficiently, keeping in mind both profitability and ethics. #HACK #NMIMS

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Shivang Kapoor

Jul 24, 2017

Rise of machine and automation is not stealing jobs. They are making complex work easy and efficient.

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Jeet

Jul 24, 2017

Partially agreed. As any revolution in any sector comes with their own pros and cons.

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Dhrumilkumar Goswami

Jul 24, 2017

Robots won't steal our jobs but for some period it'll result in increased unemployment rates, as it has happened in the past with every technological revolution. Considering the events in the history such as creation of multi billion dollar application industry due to evolution of smartphone proves that rather than threatening our jobs, AI and Robot industry will create new jobs in new fields. It is disruptive but not distructive. #IIFT#Hack

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Richa Rastogi

Jul 24, 2017

Robotics is a leap and advancement in techonology!! They are definitely not a threat rather they are a blessing.

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Devanshi Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, with robots coming into picture most of the work will get automated and thus lead to high scale unemployment in future. Companies would save time over day to day tasks and hence would prefer robots over humans leading to loss of jobs. #Hack #NMIMS

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Sanjana

Jul 24, 2017

Robots will only take up jobs we let them! Ultimately, Humans are the masters they have to obey to! #hack#nmims

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Keshav Juneja

Jul 24, 2017

No we have more work to do

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Devanshi Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, with robots coming into picture most of the work will get automated and thus lead to high scale unemployment in future. Companies would save time over day to day tasks and hence would prefer robots over humans leading to loss of jobs.

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Sanjana

Jul 24, 2017

Robots will only take up jobs that we let them. Ultimately, they humans are the masters they have to obey!

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Siddharth Jain

Jul 24, 2017

I believe that robots are making our job easier, not taking them away from us. In near future I see humans taking up new kinds of job and the cliche work being done by the robots and that exactly should be the way forward. We as human cannot keep wasting our talent and capabilities in the routine work. We have always found a way to keep ourselves relevant via process of constant learning and implementing. So, I feel humans will innovate, robots will calculate; humans will make strategies, robots will implement; humans will lead, robots will follow, not overtake.

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Neeraj Agrawal

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are not stealing jobs but making us realize that it is the time for automation

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Harshit Singhal

Jul 24, 2017

Do they even have that many?! #HACK #NMIMS

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Aditya Nayak

Jul 24, 2017

The once imminent threat of automation taking over people's jobs is no longer a mere threat. It's fast gaining momentum. Humans need to keep adding to their repertoire of skills by constantly learning and staying abreast of new technologies and developments.

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Sourajeet Kar

Jul 24, 2017

In the short run they may reduce 'redundant' jobs to increase efficiency. But in the long run you need humans to be the 'drivers' and 'robots' the tools to produce optimum and efficient results.#HACK #NMIMS

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Javed Taj

Jul 24, 2017

Yes. The robotic automation is an inevitable disruptive force that is slowly but steadily venturing into almost all human working sphere. They have reduced human interaction to minimum. Every commercial sector is getting affected by robotic automation.

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Shivsubramani Sankaranarayanan

Jul 24, 2017

On the whole, many unskilled jobs are taken away by robots but few specialist jobs are being created in place of it. So, yes Robots are taking away our jobs.

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Akanksh Soni

Jul 24, 2017

Yes they are and hence we should be equipped in such a way that we should become indispensable with our skills

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Jithin Sunny

Jul 24, 2017

Anybody who has seen the large warehouses of Amazon or Alibaba would know how the advent of automation has already taken over the future corporations. Artificial intelligence is now solving complicated problems which would otherwise take years of practice and application. Quantum computing though in its initial stages is only limited by proper investment which would soon be taken care by some other elon musk we are at the doorstep of a great cultural and demographic change. It's inevitable. We need balance and for that we need an entire generation motivated by only one thing "pure consciousness".

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Divyansh Tomar

Jul 24, 2017

The fourth Induatrial revolution as they say it and the misconceived fears that come with it. #NMIMS#HACK

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Poojitha Duppala

Jul 24, 2017

I dont think robots are stealing our jobs, because a workplace requires emotion intelligence, which is only possible to humans, more than artificial intelligence.

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Niroj Chakraborty

Jul 24, 2017

Not really. It is just asking us to use our brain effectively and creatively.

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Aniket Goswami

Jul 24, 2017

Humans created robots, not the other way around. #HACK #NMIMS

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Mudit Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

The future has a lot of robots and fewer jobs for humans. In fact humans are not ready for it .

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Shweta

Jul 24, 2017

Not interested.

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Aniket Thakare

Jul 24, 2017

It's just the revolution as Industrialisation was.. We will get over it!! #HACK #NMIMS

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Rohan Johar

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, this is what happens when man tries to make robots with humanlike emotions! They begin stealing their masters' job.

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Harshit Singhal

Jul 24, 2017

#hack #nmims

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Abhik Banerjee

Jul 24, 2017

No , humans will always remain superior to their mechanical counterparts as long as they posses emotional intelligence which apparently robots are incapable of #NOSTEALING #OB#NMIMS

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Varun

Jul 24, 2017

We only make them so unless we want them to they can never steal our jobs!! #NMIMS #HACK

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Akash J

Jul 24, 2017

The more the mind and spirit crushing jobs that AI do the more creativity you get out of the human population.

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Aniket Thakare

Jul 24, 2017

It's just the revolution as Industrialisation was.. We will get over it!!

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Varun Prabhakar

Jul 24, 2017

Robots can replace humans where manual work is required. We have something very significant that Robots don't have and that component is Creativity. Until we have not disregarded this strength no technology can replace us.

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Mrinal Ojha

Jul 24, 2017

Human resource is a an entity that will never go out of jobs - after all, who gave these jobs to robots!

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Mudit Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

The future has a lot of robots and fewer jobs for humans. In fact humans are not ready for it .

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Shreyans Talawat

Jul 24, 2017

No, Infact robots are replacing manual labour. Precious human resources could be put to use for more productive and complex work.

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Vrushank Paun

Jul 24, 2017

No, use of Robots force us to make our human resources skilled... Actually they are providing more outputs with less physical efforts and good quality. #Hack #NMIMS

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Shubham Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are taking the monotonous jobs in our industries. The improvement in industries depends on human. So the robots are just changing the variety of jobs for humans. They are stealing away one giving other in return.

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Snehal Hursad

Jul 24, 2017

No.The effect of technological advancements in the field of robotics will be neutral when it comes to employment. There might be restructuring in the kind of work avenues that would be available. For instance, more job opportunities in R&D, Innovation , Automation and skilled jobs in training and maintenance,etc would be available. Job lost in one sector is compensated by job gain in another. #IIFT#Hack

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Nitin George

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are taking away the easily automatable and menial jobs so human beings can move on to the more creative and enterprising fields of the future. So yes, robots are helping us evolve to the next era of human civilization.

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Snehal Hursad

Jul 24, 2017

No.The effect of technological advancements in the field of robotics will be neutral when it comes to employment. There might be restructuring in the kind of work avenues that would be available. For instance, more job opportunities in R&D, Innovation , Automation and skilled jobs in training and maintenance,etc would be available. Job lost in one sector is compensated by job gain in another.

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Vrushank Paun

Jul 24, 2017

No, use of Robots force us to make our human resources skilled... Actually they are providing more outputs with less physical efforts and good quality.

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Pankaj

Jul 24, 2017

Good insight, Pranati

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Ishita

Jul 24, 2017

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Ishita

Jul 24, 2017

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Anugrah Ganeriwala

Jul 24, 2017

Let them try..

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Viraj Jadav

Jul 24, 2017

A point to think about ????????

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Adil Ali

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are reducing our physical labour but the development should always be kept in check.

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Harshit Singhal

Jul 24, 2017

Do we even have that many?!

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Payal Agrawal

Jul 24, 2017

People have been worrying about the new machines and it's effects on the jobs for centuries now. Only machines have changed but the concern remains the same. Back in the early 1800s, introduction of power looms , and then steam engines raised a concern of jobless economy where human labor would be replaced by machineries. But haven't they made us more productive? So we should primarily accept, embrace and leverage the existence of robots.

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Saurabh Upadhyay

Jul 24, 2017

Good work

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Payal Agrawal

Jul 24, 2017

If robots can do everything, then how are humans going to make a living? How are we going to survive when software eats all the knowledge work? These are good questions. The rise of artifical intelligence is the great story of our time. Will the robots displace many current workers? Yes, however on a larger scale, they will create work that is more productive and more satifying than ever before. They in fact will raise the living standards and usher in a period of widely distributed economic growth that will be far stronger than we've seen in the Western world.

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Rushil Vyas

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, more jobs are likely to be replaced by Robots. Where are not they being utilised? From Logistics to Healthcare to Banking and even to Military and Security applications. Lot of jobs have already been outmoded in last few years which required repetitive operations. Though that is now a thing of the past, Robots enabled by machine learning and artificial intelligence will change the course of the game. The only thing that will survive the most is Creativity.

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Jehal

Jul 24, 2017

No,in fact creating more and new jobs.There are basically 3 industrial revolutions in our history.After every industrial revolution more jobs have been created. Refer to the third industrial revolution. Before 1980, it was a guess that due to this revolution jobs would be decreased, computers would eat jobs. But results were different. In fact it has created more jobs by exploring many new fields that were not even exist before. So now there is 4th industrial revolution is going on due to internet penetration, data processing, machine learning and AI which are going to develop new kind of jobs.

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Utsav Garg

Jul 24, 2017

The short-term impact of automation has been worrying for many workers. Yet, considering our history, fears of new technologies leading to persistently high unemployment are unfounded. Over the long term, markets always find a way to make use of humans’ skills. Assuming this time isn't really different, humans will probably gain. #IIFT#Hack

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Amrita Jain

Jul 24, 2017

Agree

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Amrita Jain

Jul 24, 2017

Agree

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Kumar Kushal

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are there to help us. in the long run, they will do almost all our tasks. So in the short run, a little hostility will be there due to job losses, but at the end of it, they have been created by us only. And yes, they will take over most of our jobs.

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Chittaranjan Dash

Jul 24, 2017

No..they are making our life easier

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Palash Shah

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, they are expected to take over a substantial number of human jobs in the next ten years and that signals a big problem for Make in India initiative and India's labour pool.

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Christy Daniel

Jul 24, 2017

Yes

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Manisha Sadare

Jul 24, 2017

Good

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Jaishree

Jul 24, 2017

Done

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Jaishree

Jul 24, 2017

Done

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Ruchi

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are a manifestation of weak AI and can perform mechanical jobs, leaving more time for humans to be involved in skilled and intelligent jobs. But the increase in the latter category is way lesser than the workforce added every year. Thus, with robots taking over the mechanical work and fewer skilled jobs requiring human intellect, it appears if robots are stealing our jobs.

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ABHISHEK

Jul 24, 2017

Nice

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Akhi

Jul 24, 2017

????????????????????????????

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Akhi

Jul 24, 2017

????

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Gayatri Chibba

Jul 24, 2017

Nope. They're only making it easier.

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Pranay Jain

Jul 24, 2017

At present they are not a threat in terms of stealing jobs from the human led world but at a later stage, say about 7- 10 years from now they will be a concern as all the employers want to cut their recurring cost with one fixed cost. Robots provide a perfect opportunity for them to exploit and earn profits.

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Ishita Malik

Jul 24, 2017

No

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Sai Vignesh Venkatanarayanan

Jul 24, 2017

Every new epoch of human life has seen some new change. When modern medicine was introduced to the world, the first reaction was that of fear and suspicion, but with the passage of time, the potential to provide long lasting cure was accepted. Similarly, it would only be the mundane tasks that would be taken over by robots. Human potential is the keystone for progress and cannot be replaced with machines that are built by humans... for now!

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RACHNA Malik

Jul 24, 2017

Very good

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Kamala Sundaran

Jul 24, 2017

Interesting and thought provoking

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Kamala Sundaran

Jul 24, 2017

Interesting and thought provoking

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Agam

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, it's true but it's important. They are simplifying the certain jobs too for example terabite of data analysed in seconds. There are pro and cons both it's depends on perception. and to avoid the cons portion update the man kind with more skills and mindful thinking.

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Darpan

Jul 24, 2017

In some cases it happens....

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Darpan

Jul 24, 2017

In some cases it happens....

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Neeraj

Jul 24, 2017

Good

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Ram Akula

Jul 24, 2017

No in short term perspective because we are in that era where we need to embrace creative destruction, which is a cyclical process that old jobs get automated using tools called "ROBOTS" and new jobs get created for which tools are not yet created. Yes in long term perspective because these newly created jobs don't outweigh the number of old automated jobs. #HACK #NMIMS

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Amit Kumar

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of human race. One day Robots will babysit our kids, A caring job which always required human touch. #

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Amit Kumar

Jul 24, 2017

Excellent

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Amit Kumar

Jul 24, 2017

Very good.

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Ajay

Jul 24, 2017

Not True.

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Jainish

Jul 24, 2017

Nice initiative

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Karan Saini

Jul 24, 2017

Xyz

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Shourjya Chatterjee

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, but till a noticeable effect in banking and manufacturing only. In the case of the former, banks are reducing hiring and focusing on reskilling the older parts of their workforce. However the real slump is the latter due to little to no scope for age being a favourable factor for an employee to avoid redundancies. A machine/bot will always do a better job than them. #IIFT #Hack

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Neeraj Ghatge

Jul 24, 2017

Not stealing but instead helping us do our job efficiently

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Nikhil George

Jul 24, 2017

The main objective of technology has always been to reduce human effort. Even during the industrial revolution, there was widespread fear that automation would bring about large-scale unemployment and as the passage of time has proved, those fears were mostly unfounded. I believe that robots will reduce human effort and give people more leisure time, which they can devote towards less menial preoccupations. There will also be numerous domains which can't be appropriated by robots and artificial intelligence. Therefore, I do not think that robots will end up 'stealing' our jobs. #IIFT #Hack

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Neeraj Ghatge

Jul 24, 2017

Not stealing but helping us to do it more efficiently

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Prerit

Jul 24, 2017

Cool :)

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Qutub

Jul 24, 2017

I agree.

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Arghya Bhattacharjee

Jul 24, 2017

The words is easy. Human Beings love to evolve to make their life easy and find shortcuts to do jobs. Be it the invention of wheel or an AI doing a system analysis the objective is same. As we are walking on the road to perfection it is a matter of time before bots take out manual jobs from our schedule ,may be someday they will steal our dreams. But we should not forget we made them and we are only the key to vast oppurtunities we are still oblivion of.

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GopiDinesh

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, they are currently stealing the jobs in manufacturing and logistics centres because they increase the productivity, cost effective, can work around the clock with out raising any issues#IIFT#hack

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Siddharth Agarwal

Jul 24, 2017

I don't think Robots are stealing our job, because for the creation of Robot itself, a lot of artificial intelligence,disruptive innovation and thinking is required, which has to come from the bind of common human being. Therefore, creation of Robot itself, is leading to lot of job creation . #IIFT#Hack

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Chris Daniel

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of human race. One day Robots will babysit our kids, A caring job which always required human touch. #HACK #NMIMS

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Siddhant Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

Our myopic vision of uncontrollable technological advancement has caused the humanoid, AI and programmable automatic bots to replace us in the food chain. It's the jobs right now and it's soon going to be the whole of humanity bowing down to our creation. #nmims

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Aman

Jul 24, 2017

I disagree.

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Pranati Khanna

Jul 24, 2017

No. The lesson of history seems to be this : with more robots there will be more efficiency and it will create more purchasing power for our spending and new products that require human involvement and oversight . Automation is not a new concept . It is just inspiring fear . #NMIMS #Hack

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Rahul Lohia

Jul 24, 2017

I won't say that robots are "stealing" our jobs. Nobody is stealing anything from anyone. Robots taking up some of our manual work is just a part of a process by which mankind has evolved for generations. Thousands of years back, men were involved in foraging. That was their only job. Then men invented agriculture. Suddenly, the amount food for which they had to search for months was available in a matter of a few days. They had a lot of time left. Therefore, they reskilled themselves and indulged in pottery, writing, painting, etc. Same was the case when industrial revolution happened. This is how the world has developed itself. Our world is growing today. Instead of being afraid of it, we should be a part of that growth.

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Sparsh Wadhwa

Jul 24, 2017

No, robots are not stealing our jobs. Although they are taking over some human activities in a field, they are driving the growth of jobs in other lines of work which are partly automated; thereby giving back whatever they are taking. #hack #NMIMS

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Divya Khaitan

Jul 24, 2017

I believe that at the rate at which we are progressing ,one fine day we might end up discovering that all our jobs are taken up by robots and we are no longer required. Already in various industries be it manufacturing or Information technology artificial intelligence is being used to a large extent to do work that was previously done by humans. In fact in some manifacturing companies robots have already replaced humans. Given how smart technology is already taking over the world , the possibility of robots taking over our jobs does not seem uncertain or impossible anymore.

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Prachi

Jul 24, 2017

Well said

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Prachi

Jul 24, 2017

Well said

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Harsh Shah

Jul 24, 2017

It's always "give and take". You give robots ur mind, they give back u power. Machines depreciate with time, it is only the human capital that grows with time. #RobosCantReplaceMen #HACK #NMIMS

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Jayesh Ramesh Whaval

Jul 24, 2017

No. Because innovation and increased productivity will lead to overall growth of an industry which will drive the creation of new job opportunities.

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Meetanshi Pandey

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, the breakneck speed at which the technology is speeding up would surely lead to a scenario wherein humans would be replaced by robots. The main sectors that would be affected are manufacturing and IT. The evolution of Artificial intelligence and Internet of things at an exponential rate might one day lead to it.

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Dushyant Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, with things getting robotic. People are getting laid off at much faster pace. #hack#NMIMS

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Kaustav Bose

Jul 24, 2017

History simply repeats itself, this wave of change came before during the advent of computers, only this time it's bigger and more complex. Rather than beating the machines we must decide how to compliment their shortcomings and there will never be a dearth of jobs.

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Mansi Gandhi

Jul 24, 2017

If stealing is redefined as 'up-skilling' then yes. We are able to explore and utilise human skills and capabilities thanks to these bots by cutting down on mundane jobs. If they can 'steal' the jobs of their makers, the makers need to be smart enough to create new ones that cannot be 'stolen' by their own creations! #Hack #NMIMS

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Kaustav Bose

Jul 24, 2017

History simply repeats itself, this wave of change came before during the advent of computers, only this time it's bigger and more complex. Rather than beating the machines we must decide how to compliment their shortcomings and there will never be a dearth of jobs.

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Shubham

Jul 24, 2017

Very good

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Jul 24, 2017

Very good

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Raj

Jul 24, 2017

Totally agree with Sahej Abrol.

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Aishwarya Verma

Jul 24, 2017

I believe that at the rate at which we are progressing ,one fine day we might end up discovering that all our jobs are taken up by robots and we are no longer required. Already in various industries be it manufacturing or Information technology artificial intelligence is being used to a large extent to do work that was previously done by humans. In fact in some manifacturing companies robots have already replaced humans. Given how smart technology is already taking over the world , the possibility of robots taking over our jobs does not seem uncertain or impossible anymore.

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Aayush Vats

Jul 24, 2017

Yes and no. Yes, because, we have created too many repetitive jobs that can be automated and done more efficiently. No, because, as humans we never settle and are always yearning to improve our skills and knowledge and in the process continuously create new intellectually unique roles for ourselves rendering us indispensible.

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Sabyasachi Das

Jul 24, 2017

Technically yes. Industrial revolution and automation has got its own pros and cons. Coming to the positive aspect it has made work easy for humans and on the contrary it has resulted in low manpower requirement as robots/machines are doing the required job on their part

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Vasu

Jul 24, 2017

I agree!

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Yaah

Jul 24, 2017

A

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Very true and I agree with your comment .That we are only making robot.. Good, well done , keep it up .Robot are everywhere but still there are people here and there .well said I m impressed because this is fact that people are making robot so v are much more deserving than robot...So we cannot say that job is gone coz we are the one who make the robot .

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Very true and I agree with your comment .That we are only making robot.. Good, well done , keep it up .Robot are everywhere but still there are people here and there .well said I m impressed because this is fact that people are making robot so v are much more deserving than robot...So we cannot say that job is gone coz we are the one who make the robot

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Pratik Mulay

Jul 24, 2017

No

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Very true and I agree with your comment .That we are only making robot.. Good, well done , keep it up .Robot are everywhere but still there are people here and there .

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Sonu Gumashta

Jul 24, 2017

GREAT

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Very true and I agree with your comment .That we are only making robot.. Good, well done , keep it up .

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Very true and I agree with your comment .That we are only making robot.. Good, well done , keep it up .

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Anita Dhawan

Jul 24, 2017

Well said Palash and I m 100 percent agree with you ..

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Abhishek K S

Jul 24, 2017

True.

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Sahej Abrol

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, absolutely. A quick look at the number of jobs that have become obsolete in the last decade is a testament of it. Most of the jobs relevant in today's time might not even exist in the times to come. While robotics will help generate newer jobs, they are certainly replacing the traditional ones at a much faster rate.

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Reeti Pandey

Jul 24, 2017

No, though they are replacing traditional manual jobs but at the same time creating avenue for new skills like Artificial Intelligence, data analytics etc. #Hack #NMIMS

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Sarabjit Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

Actually v have become lethargic.i agree with you

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Sarabjit Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

It's truw

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Aanchal Malik

Jul 24, 2017

None have stolen my job yet. They are only making me work smarter. #HACK #NMIMS

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Sachin

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are taking away the jobs which can be managed with artificial intelligence hence giving opportunity for Humans to use their intelligence and work on more innovative ones. #HACK #NMIMS

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Vishal Agrawal

Jul 24, 2017

So true.

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Palash Monga

Jul 24, 2017

Robot Robot everywhere but still there are people we can see here and there. So we cannot say that job is gone because we are the one's who are making them so long. #Hack #NMIMS

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Kushagra Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

Robots drive us towards innovation by doing repetitive tasks.. anyways we can always switch off the robot. #HACk#NMIMS

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Sakshi Nigam

Jul 24, 2017

No doubt, robots are having a transformational effect on the labor market in the US and elsewhere, and it’s a trend that’s likely to continue. This form of automation could soon be joined by another driver of technological unemployment: artificial intelligence.

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Ajith Reddy Konda

Jul 24, 2017

Google Came, People did not stop going to libraries. ATMs arrived but people did not stop Going to Banks. Computers has taken many jobs but I am commenting from the very same computer. Any evolving takes away some jobs, but it also make people evolve accordingly. So I don't think Robots are stealing our jobs, instead they are making People evolve accordingly.

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Arushi Jain

Jul 24, 2017

Yes...and it is much more efficient and time saving in this fast paced digital world .

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Priya Bhalla

Jul 24, 2017

Robots in a way are reducing our physical labour thereby reducing the number of physical jobs but saying that it doesn't take the human ability to think and make wise decisions which are not based on numbers and codes.#NMIMS#HACK

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Saniya

Jul 24, 2017

True

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Sagar Kale

Jul 24, 2017

With the Advent of the 4th industrial revolution, automation is fast replacing manual labour, especially in primary and secondary sectors of the economy. Factories are getting automated, and so is agricultural labor and construction sites. However, robots cannot "steal" our jobs because employment isn't a limited resource. We must create more jobs in the services sector, and transform ourselves into a knowledge economy. To achieve this, we must modify our education systems to appropriately reskill the current generation and skill the upcoming generations to make the shift.

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Sagar Kale

Jul 24, 2017

With the Advent of the 4th industrial revolution, automation is fast replacing manual labour, especially in primary and secondary sectors of the economy. Factories are getting automated, and so is agricultural labor and construction sites. However, robots cannot "steal" our jobs because employment isn't a limited resource. We must create more jobs in the services sector, and transform ourselves into a knowledge economy. To achieve this, we must modify our education systems to appropriately reskill the current generation and skill the upcoming generations to make the shift.

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Sagar Kale

Jul 24, 2017

With the Advent of the 4th industrial revolution, automation is fast replacing manual labour, especially in primary and secondary sectors of the economy. Factories are getting automated, and so is agricultural labor and construction sites. However, robots cannot "steal" our jobs because employment isn't a limited resource. We must create more jobs in the services sector, and transform ourselves into a knowledge economy. To achieve this, we must modify our education systems to appropriately reskill the current generation and skill the upcoming generations to make the shift.

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Yash

Jul 24, 2017

A nice summed up article

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Nimish Ojale

Jul 24, 2017

One moment they're stealing our jobs, and before we know it they'll be hitting on our girlfriends. #Chitti

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Khitindra Dalai

Jul 24, 2017

A small Technological step is a giant leap for mankind and this continuous step is the reason mankind is surviving for centuries. Robots are a part of the mankind's journey and tomorrow somebody else will take robot's place. Hence, robots are not stealing our jobs and instead widening the horizon of human capabilities. People are getting more skilled as latest jobs require them to get re-skilled. Humans will evolve with more competition as they have done since eons. YES, its time for us to transform ourselves and embrace these tectonic changes.

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Hetal

Jul 24, 2017

No, not unless we program them to :p All Hail Human Mind! #NMIMS #HACK

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Abhishek Sharma

Jul 24, 2017

It has been an unbalanced shift with jobs being taken away from the unskilled labour and a consequent increase in skilled labour. With robots being designed by engineers and marketed by managers to be placed on production lines and manufacturing processes just to attain a higher level of uniformity by eliminating the 'human factor' YES robots are eating away our jobs.

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Ajay Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

this is fact

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Ajay Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

nice

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Abhijeet Saha

Jul 24, 2017

No... They open scope for more intelligent jobs...

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Vibhuda Kedia

Jul 24, 2017

Yes they are. With the rise of automation the jobs left for humans will be fewer. As much as 40? downfall in the available jobs will be seen in the future giving a huge blow to the economy.

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Kavita Soni

Jul 24, 2017

Yes as their designing is limited only to technology geeks, hence part of human thinking is ignored. #HACK#NMIMS

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Kushagra Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

Robots are driving us towards innovation by doing all the repetitive work... And we can always switch off the robot...

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Prayag Mulay

Jul 24, 2017

Yes. They got the inspiration from Rajnikant's Chitti "Robot" Movies #HACK #NMIMS

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Nikita Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

You win some, you lose some. Jobs are lost in the unorganised market but are generated for the segment with technical expertise.

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Sumedh Koshe

Jul 24, 2017

#Hack #NMIMS Yes,Mundane IT jobs are being stealed by the robots. But they are also bringing in more intelligent jobs.

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Sumedh Koshe

Jul 24, 2017

#Hack #NMIMS Yes,Mundane IT jobs are being stealed by the robots. But they are also bringing in more intelligent jobs.

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Sumedh Koshe

Jul 24, 2017

#Hack #NMIMS Yes,Mundane IT jobs are being stealed by the robots. But they are also bringing in more intelligent jobs.

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Sumedh Koshe

Jul 24, 2017

Yes, Mundane IT jobs are being stealed by the robots. But they are also bringing in more intelligent jobs.

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Prakhar Gupta

Jul 24, 2017

Robots with their artificial intelligence are consuming the original intelligence of the Human Kind #hack #NMIMS

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Madhura M

Jul 24, 2017

No. They are bringing in more efficiency by reducing the need for mechanical work thereby opening avenues for newer work profiles and skill development for humans.

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Nitish Kataria

Jul 24, 2017

Yes as Robots are some kind of so called selfless 'angels' for a company who get the job done with almost 100% accuracy without even demanding a salary.

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