Accountant and Lawyer Threatened Succeeded Robot – If you currently work as an accountant, lawyer or a data analyst, in the near future the possibility of your work will be replaced by a robot.
A report from a group called the International Bar Association (International Bar Association) said the machines will likely replace humans for jobs requiring high routine. Authors said that governments in many countries need to impose a quota on the number of sectors in order to protect human work to be done, and not done by robots.
Gelding Wisskirchen, a lawyer Employment Act, and workers to coordinate research that began 1.5 years ago. “At first we just wanted to know about the world of automation and its impact on the rough work sector (blue collar].”
“This topic has quickly become a phenomenon where we can see it in everyday life. This is a hot topic discussed at this time.”
The type of work that is being replaced robot
This report shows that jobs are at high risk are replaced robots that have the high routines, such as accountants and lawyers. However, services in the financial sector are more likely to be affected because the algorithm is easier to do a computer than a job in the legal field such as dealing with clients or create new rules.
The study’s authors estimate a simple physical and manual work will also be threatened. Security level jobs and tasks in the future are also questionable whether the Artificial Intelligence (AI) will outperform humans.
For the scientist-observer in future business conditions such as Morris Miselowski, lack of employment land will become a reality in the future. “I’m not entirely sure we would have enough jobs for everyone on the planet within the next 30 years,” he said.
“We’re heading in the rate of the world population of seven billion to 10 billion people. I’m not sure of the work as we understand it today, namely the working hours of 09:00 to 17:00, Monday to Friday, will be sustained for many people for decades to come.”
He estimates that the biggest change will shift from traditional work schedules. “I think the Internet for one reason or another will be lost become part of everyday life, which left only the demand for electricity and gas, the other have become an integral part.”
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a wide range of new technologies already available in the range, and all that will change where, how and when we do the work. Wisskirchen surprised by how far the reach of the impact of this automation.
“Although automation has been started 30 years ago in a professional job sector, the development of new intelligence (AI) and robotics does not just affect blue-collar job sector alone, but also sector jobs that require specialization [white collar],” said Wisskirchen.
“You can see when you look at the jobs that will be replaced by an algorithm or a robot depends on these sectors.”
Accountant and Lawyer Threatened Succeeded Robot
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Learning to work with robots
If the technology continues to improve this automation wave, Wisskirchen stressed the need for legislation to adapt to these conditions in order to protect the security and safety of humans. Because of this time, it is difficult to answer the question of who would be responsible if someone hit by a car without a driver, the car manufacturer, the owner, or the victim was hit?
“There is a gap growing between the laws in the employment sector and labor legislation with reality.” He said.
“The business world is experiencing a leap in the form of a big leap disruptive business model, while the rules of the law move slowly.”
This huge gap complicates the business world and practitioners to address them. The report recommends several methods for mitigating man lost his job, including implementing such policies ‘human quota’ in various sectors, to introduce the label ‘made by man’ or the application of the tax on the use of machinery.
Accountant and Lawyer Threatened Succeeded Robot
But for Professor Miselowski, setting the ratio of humans and computers in the workplace would not be practical. “We want to defend human work as long as possible, but I do not see it as a practical or pragmatic effort in the long term,” he said.
“Some jobs are better done by humans and some work better done by machines. I prefer what I call the world of trans-humanist, where what we do is we learn to work with the machine in the same way we do in computers and calculators.
“Because of this machine, artificial intelligence (AI), is really nothing more than a calculator or some other piece of equipment, so we really need to learn to work together with them and not against them.
“For me, this way makes more sense than a quota system. Wisskirchen assesses the ability to eliminate the fears and optimistic about the future is important. This is just something that will happen, or is already happening,” he said.
“And we need to make the best possible, but we also need to think ahead and be very thoughtful about how we form a society in the future – and I think it is a challenge for everyone.”
“No one should close the ears of what is to come, but think ahead and try to find a solution.”
“It’s good to remember that although the technology will take over human tasks as disclosed in this report, but there will also be new jobs created by the technology,” he said.