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Integrate robotics as key component of Make in India campaign

The use of automation and robotics need not be at the expense of labour; industry must view the introduction of robots as a competitive advantage, says Assocham

BS B2B Bureau  |  Lucknow 

Owing to extreme technological developments taking place globally, artificial intelligence or robots are expected to take over up to 10 million jobs during the course of next five years, according to Assocham. “The Union Government should integrate robotics as key component of its flagship Make in India programme for attracting global manufacturers to set up their highly efficient and automated supply chain facilities in the country,” suggested a recent Assocham study titled ‘Digital India to robotic India’.  The current industrial revolution ...

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The use of automation and robotics need not be at the expense of labour; industry must view the introduction of robots as a competitive advantage, says Assocham

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