In the UK, artificial intelligence-based robots will account for 30 percent of employment.
It is argued that robotics systems based on artificial intelligence in the UK will be able to take over 30 percent of their work by 2030.
The study, prepared by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), noted that robot systems based on artificial intelligence in the UK could generate 30 percent of total employment by 2030.
Robotic systems based on artificial intelligence in the study could account for 38 per cent of total employment in the United States, 35 per cent in Germany and 21 per cent in Japan by 2030.
It was emphasized that robotic systems based on artificial intelligence in the research are expected to affect most of the employees in manufacturing and retail sector.
Commenting on the topic, PwC Chief Economist John Hawksworth said, “More manual routines will be in the area of risk. The areas such as health and education needed for human touch are safer. ”
Hawksworth, “You can already see that the strikes on the railways are actually about driverless trains. Many underground automation is actually a good thing. It will increase production and income levels. This will actually raise the demand in areas where we need people. ”
In the following years, it was stated that artificial intelligence based robot systems are expected to affect the transportation sector with 59 percent, manufacturing with 46 percent, wholesale and retail with 44 percent, and management and support services with 37 percent.
It was also reminded that robot systems based on artificial intelligence are predicted to affect the education sectors by 32 percent with finance and insurance, 24 with construction, 22 with arts and entertainment, 19 with agriculture and fisheries, 17 with health, and 9 percent with education.