New Delhi, November 07, 2018: It is a crystal-clear fact — different populations will face different outcomes and consequences with the coming of automation and robots, and India is on the ride to become the more powerful country with the most demanded work-force in the world according to reports published in indiatoday.in
India, a land of a billion plus people will achieve feats no one ever imagined.
Why will India become the most powerful country in the world?
Because the clear Indian vision to invest in technical capabilities will sort out the exponential big effect with robots and AI.
Indeed, for every job position that will be displaced by a robot and AI there will be the following new 3 roles:
- One position to invent new technologies (and robots)
- Another one to manage and give instructions to the current existing technologies
- And the last one for the maintenance of the existing technologies
This will be clearly in favor of India. There are more technological capabilities in India than anywhere else in the world.
Concierge jobs to be replaced by AI and IoT
Let’s take a few examples. Recently there was this news that a lot of concierge (a resident caretaker of a block of flats or a small hotel) jobs will be replaced by artificial intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT) with natural voice language processing. So who are going to lose their jobs and who are going to win the three new jobs?
Customer-related services will benefit the most from these technologies, followed by hospitality and education, and so Indians.
A concierge can forget things, but an AI will not. Some jobs will be lost but at the same time, new roles will emerge and Indians will rock.
Rise of AI in medicine: How will India cope?
Fewer doctors more robots, developers and data scientists — indeed, the biomedical industry is changing a lot with technology. Your future doctor may not be human. This is the rise of AI in medicine.
From mental health apps to robot surgeons, artificial intelligence is already changing the practice of medicine. AI has made its way into hospitals around the world. But there is nothing to worry about: the introduction of AI into health care is not necessarily about opposing human minds against machines.
And there is no doubt that the best doctors in the world, especially from EU, will need to rely strongly on Indians’ technical capabilities for the next disruptive innovations and to manage this incredible change.
Drones to replace beach lifeguards
Another example: beach lifeguards will be replaced by drones. So guess who is going to lose the job and who is going to win the three new jobs?
Currently, lifeguard jobs can be done by anyone who knows how to swim and has a license.
The drone is also equipped with two cameras, one for high precision navigation for live video transmission up to 1km from the control point, and the other to facilitate the launch of rescue pipes and buoys precisely to the drowning area.
Who is going to pilot the drone instead? Who is going to develop the new software to manage it? It is you again, Indians.