Robots May Replace Car Salesmen Bartenders And Librarians In The Future

A New Report By Nesta And Oxford University Academics Claims That Jobs That Score Low In Creativity Could be Done By Computers
Computer robots will perform jobs that don’t require much creativity according to a new study done by a London-based non-profit research firm. The workforce will become more automated in the future. According to the study, only 21 percent of the over 700 occupations in the US are considered highly creative.

That means unemployment rates could hit an all-time high unless we get creative and create other highly creative jobs. The age of the robots is upon us, and they can be programmed to do jobs like office administrators, miners, car salesmen, loggers, criop farmers and librarians.

If the study is correct, we will need to restructure our labor market and quickly if you ask Kevin Seawright. No one will deny that there are several flaws in our method of creating new jobs that pay people for their creativity. Robot workers are not a bad addition even though workers will lose their jobs. Robots can perform more efficiently than people. That means productivity goes up and costs go down. Some workers already know how it feels to be replaced by a robot or a computer, so the future is here for them. But according to the Nesta report this is only the beginning of the future robot job takeover.

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