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  • Utkarsha

    November 21, 2022 at 2:37 AM

    With the advancement of new technological innovations, the majority of human job roles are significantly replaced by machines. This trend may potentially enhance the productivity and efficiency in the final output, but it may also involve some significant drawbacks.

    To begin with, replacing humans with mechanical Machines in some industries has several benefits . This has proved that these technologies improve the quality and production of the product compared to humans because these machines can do the same work more efficiently and precisely than humans. In addition, These reduce the cost of the product so by investing in machines companies no need to hire more labor so they can do their work with fewer skilled workers hence it automatically reduces item cost. Furthermore, Machines are preferable because they do not need breaks.

    Despite the obvious advantages, replacing human job roles with modern technological innovations might cause severe drawbacks. Firstly, this would hit the job market where individuals will be challenged to find suitable occupations, resulting in an increased unemployment rate in the country. Secondly, when all aspects get mechanized, people use to be physically inactive causing potential health issues. For instance, stress and anxiety owing to lack of jobs and an inactive lifestyle as a result of automation. Other hand, it increases the maintenance and breakdown cost because if machines stop, these need a lot of time to repair and replace.

    In my opinion, we should maintain a balance between what needs to be automated and what should not. Although, machines and robot technology would improve productivity and efficiency, customer service related occupations need to be humans.Machines cannot replace them.

    In conclusion, automated technology replacing humans would certainly create drawbacks and benefits.

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