Artificial intelligence, Chatbots, Robotics, and Virtual Reality are just a few examples of how automation is expanding and the outcome of this is that our lives are facing new ways to interact with businesses, to develop our jobs efficiently, to reduce workforce costs and to make life a little bit “easier”.
Many people are positive about the changes that automation is bringing, but what else are we going to face? It is obvious that automation has the potential to impact every aspect of our lives.
“As automation enters every field, industry and process we know, there will be a tremendous need for a new skill set to be learned by each of us; either to perform a job, to use a device, to learn, or perform day-to-day activities. Adaptability will be key, as it has always been in human history. We can’t avoid automation, so we must adapt and make the best of it.”– Darwin Romero, co-founder and Chief Revenue Officer
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