Artificial Intelligence Changes Employment

We have been hearing a lot about Artificial Intelligence over the past several years. Some experts predict that AI will eliminate half of all jobs that require humans. Yet, others say that we have nothing to fear, because AI may rid many jobs, but it will also create new employment opportunities.

According to a new Brookings Institution report, robots aren’t replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S... see more

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As the accidents of driverless cars have proven AI still has a long way to go because of the unpredictable nature... see more

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Below is a calculator to determine what a 'living wage' would be in your location. Do you think this is accurate?
Jobcase believes every employer should help provide either a living wage or a pathway to it. We understand that not every job will be able to pay a living wage. But we believe employers should provide one of the following 3 cases for every job:
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b) if providing a sub-living wage, THEN provide an internal... see more

When I was much younger my parents didn't tell me to save some of my money--but I did. Then I got married and had... see more

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How will technology transform the industrial workforce by 2025?

A significant workforce transformation is under way as manufacturing experiences a wave of technological advancement: the rise of new digital industrial technologies collectively known as Industry 4.0.

The advances in technology that underlie Industry 4.0 will reshape the business and economic landscapes over the next 10 to 15 years.

Here are ten important areas where Industry... see more

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Skills Desired By Employers in 2020 and Beyond

It seems inevitable: Technology is going to replace jobs, or more precisely, the people holding those jobs. Few industries, if any, will be untouched.

One survey revealed that 39% of jobs in the legal sector could be automated in the next 10 years. Separate research has concluded that accountants have a 95% chance of losing their jobs to automation in the future.

And for those in manufacturing or... see more

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technology is very important thanks for good organization

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I've been applying for the last 8 months. Companies are now using job interview scheduling software (which sometimes goes straight to my spam) in response to their resume parsing systems. Most of these companies are easy to spot -- they ask you to bring your resume (which they have never seen), and hand you a one page application. I spent a long time traveling to one of these interviews, and the interviewer told me he just wanted to see what I... see more

That sucks that you had to travel all the way there only to be given a handshake and walked out the door. While it... see more

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I’m just curious how many people have lost their jobs due to automation or robots? If you did, what line of work are you in? I’m a mortgage underwriter and was laid off because it was slow. However, I have lots of friends in the industry laid off due to a new automated system the banks are using. Our jobs are very complex so it’s shocking! I have other friends in different lines of work all telling me their companies laid off because of a new... see more

IN OUR PLANT 1 ROBOT CAN REPLACE 1 TO 3 PRODUCTION WORKERS

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JEFF FENTON Wow! I guess that confirms an article I read said the same thing 1 to 3 ration as of right now. They... see more

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Hi guys, I write leadership articles about the workplace. I am interested to know the suggestions that employees have for management regarding automation. I am basically wanting to know if you are seeing opportunities at a personal level related to this topic of automation? Let me make an example:

1) if your job is to punch in job cards into a system every day, and
2) that process becomes automated
3) an opportunity could be that if management... see more

I think this is an interesting topic for you to learn and research about Faith Nhlapo - I don't have anything to... see more

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While automation will advance the workplace, it will also present obstacles, according to an Infosys report.

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Anyone interested in implementing lean, agile, and automation?

i am a graduating as an Manufacturing and Automation tech and looking for something in this field in the Philadelphia area. Can somebody give me places that is hiring.

Hi Anthony & Welcome to the Jobcase Community!
Congrats on graduating from Manufacturing and Automation. Well done... see more

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