An Experiment

How automation is changing work

More robotics and artificial intelligence in the workplace doesn’t have to destroy your job.

If you were beginning a career in computer programming in 2007, there were good times ahead: robust salary growth, the construction of the app ecosystem and economy, and the meteoric rise of social media. But if you happened across that August’s issue of Business Week magazine, you might have been discouraged. It predicted that the career most likely to suffer from job losses in the United States was … computer programmer. Read More

Advanced Machine Learning Software for Robotic Systems

With labor shortages globally and consumer demand for products increasing, we are seeing the most demand for our system in the material handling space, companies that lease space and technology for e-commerce fulfillment and distribution centers need advanced machine learning software for robotic systems. Read More

Smart machines in smart factories

Manufacturing and metal fabrication industries could soon see machines and software not as separate entities, but as a single integrated “machine system.” Smart machines are the new norm. Read More

Artificial intelligence-enhanced journalism offers a glimpse of the future of the knowledge economy

Humans still have an edge over non-Hollywood AI in several key areas that are essential to journalism, including complex communication, expert thinking, adaptability and creativity. The potential of Artificial Intelligence scares many, but it is the way of the future. Read More

Automation on Britannica

Automation, the application of machines to tasks once performed by human beings or, increasingly, to tasks that would otherwise be impossible. Although the term mechanization is often used to refer to the simple replacement of human labour by machines, automation generally implies the integration of machines into a self-governing system. Automation has revolutionized those areas in which it has been introduced, and there is scarcely an aspect of modern life that has been unaffected by it. Read More

Robots Do It Better: Why Automation Is Good for Business

Rather than a threat, the rise of more intelligent machines represents an opportunity to disrupt the economic status quo through automation.No matter what your job is, it’s likely that a machine will someday do it better. And, for many American workers, that day may come sooner than later. Automation scares many, but it is the way of the future. Read More


A confused mind

Automation has both increased and decreased complications in our lives.

I have been a Software QA tester for past 10 years now and have done well for myself. But the expectations of technical skill sets required for a QA are rising like anything.

I wish to change my job and to crack any interview these days, I need to spend weeks to practice and understand new technologies. At the moment I am a bit confused about being a QA Tester all my life or to get into UX as I am a creative person and I find UX very exciting, having discovered it recently.

So, I am running a few experiments too as I like being creative. I decorated my home myself. I loved the process of selecting colors, furniture, paintings, etc. and loved how soothing it was.

Personally, I think it’s important for me to do what I love rather than regretting my choice everyday. I just can’t imagine myself retiring as a coder, but a UX designer, well, that’s something else! And then, everyone needs a good UX designer, don’t they? 🙂

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