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The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency.
Technology, through automation and artificial intelligence, is definitely one of the most disruptive sources.
'Make in India' is great, but 'Make It Happen in India' is even greater. Make It Happen in India is more than manufacturing. It's about training, about education, about societal development and automation and engineering.
In the long term, artificial intelligence and automation are going to be taking over so much of what gives humans a feeling of purpose.
Whatever you are studying right now, if you are not getting up to speed on deep learning, neural networks, etc., you lose. We are going through the process where software will automate software, automation will automate automation.
Automation is good, so long as you know exactly where to put the machine.
Automation is going to cause unemployment, and we need to prepare for it.
When I think about strong innovations in term of automation, robotics, cognitive computing, and artificial intelligence, they are coming a lot from the Philippines and from India as well.
Automation provides us with wondrous increases of production and information, but does it tell us what to do with the men the machines displace? Modern industry gives us the capacity for unparalleled wealth - but where is our capacity to make that wealth meaningful to the poor of every nation?
Automation is great for profits, but it's a real potential trouble area for society.
Sooner or later, the U.S. will face mounting job losses due to advances in automation, artificial intelligence, and robotics.
What are we going to do as automation increases, as computers get more sophisticated? One thing that people say is we'll retrain people, right? We'll take coal miners and turn them into data miners. Of course, we do need to retrain people technically. We need to increase technical literacy, but that's not going to work for everybody.
I wonder what would have happened if automation and computers had existed when 'Oklahoma!' was having its out-of-town try-out, and three days before closing in Boston, when it was still called 'Away We Go,' they added a new song called 'Oklahoma!' I don't think that could happen today. It's almost impossible to change musicals on the go now.
Andrew Lloyd Webber
The bottom line is that while automation is eliminating many jobs in the economy that were once done by people, there is no sign that the introduction of technologies in recent years is creating an equal number of well-paying jobs to compensate for those losses.
Automation will significantly change many people's lives in ways that may be painful and enduring.
Income taxes are very poor at generating income from automation because the gains are realized by technology companies that are experts at not paying taxes.
For the blue-collar worker, the driving force behind change was factory automation using programmable machine tools. For the office worker, it's office automation using computer technology: enterprise-resource-planning systems, groupware, intranets, extranets, expert systems, the Web, and e-commerce.
I think as automation gets even more and more prevalent, we're going to need to learn how to code. Everybody does.
Besides black art, there is only automation and mechanization.
Federico Garcia Lorca
I think the automation of vision is a much bigger deal than the invention of perspective.
What is happening with automation and globalization, that's not going away.
There's a lot of automation that can happen that isn't a replacement of humans but of mind-numbing behavior.
Warp speed developments in technology - automation, artificial intelligence, and the arrival of the sharing economy - are transforming how we work. Beyond technology, traditional working patterns are also being disrupted by changes in society, organizations and workforce management, leading to the rise of a more independent and dispersed workforce.
The last 200 years, we've had an incredible amount of automation. We have tractors that do the work that horses and people used to do on farms. We don't dig ditches by hand anymore. We don't pound tools out of wrought iron. We don't do bookkeeping with books! But this has not, in net, reduced the amount of employment.
Increasingly, the work we do is enabled more and more by new IT, including automation, robotics, and intelligent platforms.
As technology advances, it reverses the characteristics of every situation again and again. The age of automation is going to be the age of 'do it yourself.'
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