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16 August 2013 | Ken Turbitt Blog
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The Industrial Revolution - Take 2
This week Ken looks at how technology is replacing humans with even more jobs than the Industrial Revolution...

  Ken Turbitt

The increase of really smart applications and devices is leading to the advent of technology replacing humans with even more jobs than the original Industrial Revolution.

We now see drones working as planes without a crew or Pilot, they have drones that can work together to lift things, move things and even build things. Some even no longer need a controller at the other end with software programmed to detail the entire process and enable the drone to automatically fulfil the process from start to finish, even working out where the raw materials are.

This integration of camera, software, motors and lots of intelligence are already in place and progressing into nice smart robots. From relatively dumb ones that can move warehouse crates around for packing and deliveries, to very smart ones serving you afternoon tea! Cars are now being built that can self-drive, currently still needing a human driver, but very soon they won’t be required and the car will be used to transport people who do not need to be able to drive. Take a look at just these three TED interviews, and let’s look to the future and be both prepared and ready to utilize for you, and your organisations, benefit.

Below are three short videos that look into the future of the workplace, to view simply click on the links.

  1. What Will Future Jobs Look Like? - http://goo.gl/7kQjI
  2. Are Droids Taking Our Jobs? - http://goo.gl/oIQp0
  3. Robots That Can Fly! - http://goo.gl/v94Fk  

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