The robots, on the hunt for work
The robots will be a key factor in the production and will become 8.5% of the global manufacturing force, according to a study made by Oxford Economics.
The robots, hunting for work. In 2030, robotics could replace man in 20 million jobs, which would mean that robots would become 8.5% of the global productive force, according to the study How robots change the world, prepared by Oxford Economics. Much of that impact of robots in the workplace would be focused in China, where it is expected that fourteen million of these robots will develop their work.