Here's the top 20 jobs in danger of being replaced by robots in the next 20 years

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Here's the top 20 jobs in danger of being replaced by robots in the next 20 years
Will a robot someday steal your job?

Day by day, the machines are getting smarter and more efficient than people. Employers find it more practical to use them because their basic AI (artificial intelligence) is substantially doing tasks that a person used to do.

A computer program usually does the job faster, more accurately, for less money, and without any health insurance costs. They don't charge for overtime nor ask for paid leaves.

A recent Oxford University study compared the tasks of nearly a thousand jobs to the predicted future ability of robotic technologies, specifically in the fields of "Machine Learning" and "Machine Robotics".

Using a methodology called Gaussian process, the Oxford researchers measured the "probability of computerization" of various professions and found out that robots have the potential to substitute for human brains and hands.

Administrative, clerical and production workers might be the first to be replaced by robots in the next 10 to 20 years, the study added.


Here are the top 20 jobs most likely to be replaced by robots:

20. Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers
19. Postal service workers
18. Jewelers and precious stone and metal workers
17. Restaurant cooks
16. Grinding and polishing workers
15. Cashiers
14. Bookkeepers
13. Legal secretaries
12. Fashion models
11. Drivers
10. Credit analysts
9. Milling and planing machine setters, operators, and tenders
8. Packaging and filling-machine operators and tenders
7. Procurement clerks
6. Umpires and referees
5. Tellers
4. Loan officers
3. Timing-device assemblers and adjusters
2. Tax preparers
1. Telemarketers

Runner-ups will be Insurance Appraisers for Auto Damage, Order Clerks, Brokerage Clerks, Insurance Claims and Policy Processing Clerks, Data Entry Keyers, Library Technicians, New Accounts Clerks, Photographic Process Workers and Processing Machine Operators, Cargo and Freight Agents, Watch Repairers, Insurance Underwriters, Mathematical Technicians, Sewers, Hand and Title Examiners, Abstractors, and Searchers.


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