77 per cent of employees would work alongside robotic technology.
Apparently more than half of Brits would.
Businesses do not fear the emergence of robotic ‘co-workers,’ according to a new global study.
While globally we have seen computerisation replace traditional jobs such as cashiers and bookkeepers – how certain are we that robots will take over our jobs?
Adam Pennington, employment solicitor at the national law firm Stephensons, looks at proposals to deal with the huge upheavals expected in workplaces due to the ‘rise of the robots’
Millions of workers fear being replaced by a robot at work as 76 percent say a robot could already do their job.
According to a new report we should not be worried about robots taking over our jobs. Instead we should be embracing the variety of new skills available to us through technology.
A new generation of ‘serfs’ could be created in the robot-age if employers don’t do more to create employee shared ownership in new technologies and robots.