robotization


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ro·bot·ize

 (rō′bə-tīz′)
tr.v. ro·bot·ized, ro·bot·iz·ing, ro·bot·iz·es
To convert (a system, for example) to robotic automation.

ro′bot·i·za′tion (-bə-tĭ-zā′shən) n.

robotization

(ˌrəʊbɒtaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

robotisation

n
(General Engineering) the introduction of robots to carry out industrial tasks
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the demonstration environment enhances the awareness of the region~~s companies about the potential of technology and lowers the threshold for smes to introduce robotization.
Lastly, automation and robotization will undoubtedly have major implications for both low and high-skilled work with about half of the jobs susceptible to computerization.
At the same time, the increasing technological content and automation of services may reduce employment, similar to the impact of robotization in manufacturing.
With vast numbers of jobs set to be disrupted as a result of automation and robotization, creating conditions that can withstand economic shock and support workers through transition periods will be vital, it said.
Unlike the previous industrial revolutions in which machines, beyond the temporary social damages that have provoked, have in fact increased the worker's productivity, robotization within the digital age can replace it in most fields.
Robotization of tasks will grow, and 50 to 70% will be fully automated around 2050.
The financial pressure on manufacturers to move factories abroad, where labor was cheap, also played a role, as did the increasing robotization of factory work.
Given the large population of China the number of robots per industrial worker will remain lower than in other countries such as Japan, Germany or South Korea but the robotization of Chinese production will compensate for the increase in salaries.
The pace with which robotization is advancing--we argue--means that young people are confronted by a job market wherein the nature of uncertainty has undergone a qualitative shift.
Indeed, revolutions in computerization and cybernetic systems maintain a prominent position throughout the book: specifically, inventor Norbert Wiener's predictions about the impact robotization would have on manufacturing in the United States.
To date, it seems that neither philosophy nor theology have succeeded to provide pacifying responses to the prospects of a robotization of human beings or even of advantage that technological creation might have against the present authentic human condition.
Selenium robotization testing apparatus accompanies four critical parts, in particular