Robots will put bus drivers and metal polishers out of work

JAPAN IS ON A FAST LANE to have a 50 percent robot workforce in the next two decades, while the UK will make do with a third. Japan is tipped to be at the top of a robot underling revolution in a report produced by analyst firm Nomura Research Institute (NRI), which suggested that the UK and the US will not be far behind.Japan is primed for robots and already has a hotel staffed by them, but the UK, where we protest at talking car park ticket machines, may find adoption harder, particularly after the death of a worker in a Volkswagen factory. The UK will have to lump it and welcome the automated way of doing things. People most likely to fall to a robot include receptionists, metal polishers,…


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