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89% people positive on benefits of automation, robots in workplace: Study

According to the Adobe Report, people are open to man and machine collaboration for work benefits

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Contrary to popular belief, 89 per cent of people are positive about the role robots can play in helping them in the workplace, rather than taking away jobs, says an Adobe study. According to the Adobe Digital Insights Future of Work Report, people are open to man and machine collaboration for work benefits. "The Future of Work looks promising, as robotics and automation gear up to enable employees to be more productive and creative in their roles," said Abdul Jaleel, Vice President, People Resources India, Adobe. Despite some concern around the impact of automation in ...

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89% people positive on benefits of automation, robots in workplace: Study

According to the Adobe Report, people are open to man and machine collaboration for work benefits

Contrary to popular belief, 89 per cent of people are positive about the role robots can play in helping them in the workplace, rather than taking away jobs, says an Adobe study. According to the Adobe Digital Insights Future of Work Report, people are open to man and machine collaboration for work benefits. "The Future of Work looks promising, as robotics and automation gear up to enable employees to be more productive and creative in their roles," said Abdul Jaleel, Vice President, People Resources India, Adobe. Despite some concern around the impact of automation in ...

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