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Can machines replace humans?

Eight professions fear being replaced by robots in 20 years. Source: Business Insider

The industrial revolution of the nineteenth century brought the idea that a machine worths more than two hands. Today, with the the new technology revolution, 3D printers, innovation and futuristic objects can be replaced by an android or an answering machine. Workers in call centers are amogst those who suffer these nightmares.
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The British magazine The Economist has published a story about the lack of jobs due to technological development in employment. The data extracted from the study by the University of Oxford entitled " The future of employment: How to susceptuble are the jobs to computerization", demostrate that 99% of people working in telemarketing or call centers believes that in the future a machine replaced them in their job.

Seconds in list are accounting jobs, where 94% support the theory that an animated object with artificial intelligence will take his seat in the office. 92% of marketing people think they can be replaced. In the second group of professionals who fear for their job, are content creators or writers.

A large number of real estate agents think their obsolete powers can be replaced by a more new functional model. Specifically, 86%. In the last groups, we can find those who still think they develop important jobs that can´t be replaced by a machine. Nearly 50% of drivers and airline pilots think so.


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