Robotics in Construction: The End of Blue-Collar Work?

by Ti Zampino, Austin Young, Farah Wells, Joshua Wells, Riley Zeringue, Lianna Wiener, Mathias Zelaya, & Samer Yacaman   Let’s face it: we’ve been looking forward to robots taking over mundane jobs since The Jetsons first aired in 1962. But what we didn’t anticipate, or perhaps ignored, is the rise of robots replacing millions of jobs for millions of citizens across the globe. Drones, auto-piloted heavy machinery, and robots designed to work on repeatable tasks are taking over much construction work across the globe. But is the loss of jobs…

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Are Robots Displacing Professionals in the Publishing Industry?

by Isabelle Varon, Nicholas Varela, Olivia Verheyen, Alejandro Villareal, Kennedi Ware, Cameron Vidrine, Tatiana Wallace and Gabriel Velazquez   According to “Automated Journalism” by Andreas Grafe, the four major countries leading the way, using robots to publish a myriad of different articles, are Germany, United States, United Kingdom, and China. Russia is not far behind and it can be assumed that within the next few years they will be heavily relying on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in publishing.     In early 2019, The Guardian newspaper published an article about politics…

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