Meet the SUPERHUMANS: Technology will turn future workers into cyborgs

Meet the SUPERHUMANS: Technology will turn future workers into cyborgs

Researchers claims that robots and people will work more closely together than ever before. This will involve tech-au...

By Thorsten Wuest, David Romero And Johan Stahre With The Conversation Published: 17:19, 19 April 2017 | Updated: 17:37, 19 April 2017 3 View comments The Fourth Industrial Revolution has arrived.  The first was the steam engine-driven Industrial Revolution; the second involved the innovations from Henry Ford's assembly line.  Third, microelectronics and computer power appeared on factory floors.  Scroll down for video  Now, manufacturing businesses are beginning to integrate robotics, automation and other data-driven technologies into their workflows. Robots have taken over difficult, dangerous and repetitive physical tasks, improving factory safety, worker comfort and product quality Now, manufacturing businesses are beginning to integrate robotics, automation and other data-driven technologies into their workflows.  Robots have taken over difficult, dangerous and repetitive physical tasks, improving factory safety, worker comfort and product quality.  The next phase of labor innovation will do the same thing for cognitive work, removing mentally stressful and repetitive tasks from people's daily routines... Read more (3 min reading time!)

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