Medicine Man vs Robots

by Aubin Duchier   Medicine is growing rapidly these last decades and this is particularly due to improvement in science, research and the appearance of high technology, and robots. Robots had, have, and will have a big impact in the near and long-term future. They are growing and helping people all over the world directly in developed countries — because high technologies are easier to find — or indirectly in developing countries.   Robots may seem very expensive at first sight but the reality is different. Firstly, the prices for…

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Management Jobs Taken Over By Robots

by Declan Flaherty, Taylor Fleming, Adrian Garcia, Joshua Gaspard, Brielle Gentile, Lauren Gill and Langston Goldenberg   The cost of using new industrial robots ranges between $50,000 to $80,000. Used robots can cost from $100,000 to $150,000.  Robots used for management have negative costs such as people losing their jobs as managers. Twenty-five percent of CEO professions can be picked up by robots and thirty-five percent of management related tasks can be automated by them.  Although management robots have some negative costs, they save a lot of money. Companies can…

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Benefit or Threat? How Artificial Intelligence and Robotics are Changing the Finance Industry and Your Jobs.

Madelyn Bowen, Shelbi Bias, Juan Berru, Severo Bernal, Gabriela Arguello, Jacobo Attias and Robert Autenreith   It is no mystery that Corporate Finance is starting to use Robotic Process Automation (RPA).  These robots aid in the gathering of information such as statistics and data in corporate finance. As of now the nations leading the way with the use of robots are South Korea, Singapore, China, and Germany, followed by Japan, Sweden, and Denmark with the United States ranking 7th (According to USNews). As of now, these robots cost 30,000 US…

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