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Apr 30, 2022

Musk’s Twitter Pitch Featured Job Cuts, Other Ways to Make Money

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Apr 26, 2022

Tech Mahindra to generate new revenue streams and 1000 Jobs in UK

Posted by in categories: employment, food, robotics/AI

Automation will create new types of jobs.


What’s on their curriculum? Organic farming, aquaculture and lots more.

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Apr 23, 2022

Covid has reset relations between people and robots

Posted by in categories: employment, robotics/AI

An awful lot of meetings lie ahead for roboticists and regulators to determine how machines and people will work together.


Machines will do the nasty jobs; human beings the nice ones | Science & technology.

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Apr 19, 2022

Robots reach for food processing

Posted by in categories: employment, food, robotics/AI

The processing of food at high volumes has traditionally posed many problems for robots and cobots, and has lagged behind other industries. Foods have a variety of shapes and sizes and can be delicate in nature. These variables can be challenging when a robot tries to grasp an item. The delicate often has strict requirements for quality, making them even harder to grasp (think: strawberries).

Non-automotive robot orders now represent 58% of the North American total. Unit sales to the food and consumer goods sector alone increased 29% in 2021 over 2020, according to Association for Advancing Automation (A3).

“More industries recognized that robotics could help reverse productivity declines and fill repetitive jobs human workers don’t want. It is no longer a choice whether to deploy robots and automation,” says Jeff Burnstein, president of A3. “It’s now an absolute imperative. As we’ve long believed—and users continue to confirm—robots help companies compete, ultimately creating more jobs to handle their growth.”

Apr 15, 2022

The space economy is ready for lift-off: First into orbit, and then to the Moon

Posted by in categories: economics, employment, space travel

2022 is set to be a major year for the space economy. According to the Space Foundation, 15 new launch vehicles are set to debut this year, more than any other year in space history. Last year, US spaceports had more launches than any year since 1967, and the number is climbing. Meanwhile, employment in the core US space industry employment is at a 10-year high.

The momentum is there for a flourishing space economy that, according to NASA leaders, could in 20 years take public and private missions beyond low Earth orbit (LEO), with services and infrastructure on the lunar surface and in cislunar space. It’s a fast-growing economy, NASA leaders said at the 37th Space Symposium, that offers promising opportunities for young people who want to get their foot in the door.

The space economy is already a $400 billion industry “and on the way to $1 trillion, and I suspect it’ll get there faster than we think,” James Reuter, associate administrator for the Space Technology Mission Directorate (STMD) at NASA, said during a panel this week at the 37th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs.

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Apr 15, 2022

AI and jobs: Where humans are better than algorithms, and vice versa

Posted by in categories: employment, information science, robotics/AI

It’s easy to get caught up in the doom-and-gloom predictions about artificial intelligence wiping out millions of jobs. Here’s a reality check.

Apr 11, 2022

Top 5 Metaverse Jobs that the World Should Get Prepared For

Posted by in categories: employment, internet

Metaverse is the internet’s next big thing. Soon people will be preparing for metaverse jobs that will prove beneficial for tech enthusiasts who are interested in this domain.

Apr 9, 2022

Permanent remote roles are growing at a faster pace than expected. It could put pressure on employers

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High-paying, fully remote jobs are growing at a faster pace than anticipated. It could turn up the heat on employers as they navigate the return to the office.

Apr 1, 2022

Self-driving semis may revolutionize trucking while eliminating hundreds of thousands of jobs

Posted by in categories: employment, robotics/AI, transportation

The study found that if such a system were put in place nationwide, 94 percent of human operator hours may be affected, which could account for as many as 500,000 jobs.

In a situation where automation is restricted only to Sun Belt states, as rough weather poses a challenge to automation, about 10 percent of worker operator hours will be affected. If automation is deployed nationwide only during the spring and summer months, about half the nation’s trucking hours could go driverless.

“I think the most surprising thing there was that everyone we spoke to basically said ‘yeah, this can be done,’” Vaishnav said.

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Mar 20, 2022

Who’s driving that food delivery bot? It might be a Gen Z gamer

Posted by in categories: employment, food, robotics/AI

Automation will create new types of jobs.


Delivery robots seem to be everywhere these days. Keeping them out of trouble are human minders who might need to hop on a bike to finish the delivery themselves.

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