The Consequences Of Robots Replacing People During Industrial Jobs And Their Effects On Electronic Industry Growth
Ronald E. Stewart
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Ronald E. Stewart, Information Systems and Applied Technologies Department, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.
This research was supported by educational benefits provided by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs Post 9/11 GI Bill program.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Ronald Stewart, Southern Illinois University Extended Campus, Information Systems and Applied Technologies Department, Southern Illinois University, Jacksonville, Florida 32235-0489.
This report examines the effects of robots in the industry have on jobs for humans. Production managers are responsible for ensuring the product meets the needs of the customer at the highest quality and within the prescribed budget; efficiency during the production cycle is the key to achieving both goals. The introduction of robotics has improved efficiency and is now an integral part of the industrial revolution and serve in nearly every capacity. Initially, robots only performed high-risk jobs traditionally fulfilled by humans, but technology and the introduction of artificial intelligence have opened even more opportunities for robots to replace humans in the workplace. Jobs that require problem-solving and situational analysis will still…