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From the dawn of automation centuries ago to the present day, automation has been known to get a bad rap. But why? Are these unsavory notions based on reality, or are they misconceptions? We are here to demystify automation misunderstandings, put the bad thoughts to rest, and show how robotics and automation benefit our economy.
Take a look at these common myths and see for yourself how robotics and automation help the world’s industries succeed.
A beautiful thing about automation is that it does the work people don't want to do. We like to call it the 3 Ds – dirty, dangerous, and dull tasks are completed with robotics and automation without fuss, mistakes, or regular bathroom breaks. Employees can then focus on jobs that bring them satisfaction.
The fact of the matter is it has been tough to fill labor-intensive roles at companies. Finding qualified workers has never been more challenging, and robotics and automation help complete tasks. And for the automation win: New jobs in industries related to designing, maintaining, and improving automation technologies are being created.
Actually, automation is found in many different industries, accomplishing very different things. Manufacturing, food and beverage, warehousing, healthcare, automotive, aerospace, construction, telecommunications, and even banking and finance use automation to increase efficiency and productivity while bringing costs down.
We've never met a robot with emotional intelligence or mad creative skills. Automation handles routine tasks and allows people to work on things only humans can do, like critical thinking and relationship building. Automation gives workers the time and opportunity to use their brains.
Any size business can leverage automation for all kinds of tasks. If you want your organization to be more productive, reduce overhead, and use human workers to the best of their abilities, incorporating automation in some capacity can be quite beneficial.
Now that we've shelved some automation concerns, let's see how it benefits our economy.
Myths can be thought-provoking but misguided. Like eating carrots improves your eyesight, or lightning never strikes the same place twice. How about bulls are enraged by the color red, or humans swallow an average of eight spiders a year while sleeping. While none of those are true (thank goodness for the spider one), people have been known to believe them as fact. Just like people have their beliefs on how robotics and automation impact society. But the good news is automation makes the world a better place and has a positive impact on humankind.
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