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NEW COLUMN: Careers in "Smart" Robotics: Do Yourself a Favor

32 “Smart” Job Tracks Powered by Robotics & AI

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Career Guide to "Smart" Robotics

We're on our way from robotics to “intelligent” robotics:
A time when every robot will be AI enhanced, and those that aren’t will be gone.

According to LinkedIn’s "Emerging Jobs Report", the #1 and #2 emerging jobs with the best future for a career: Artificial Intelligence Specialist and Robotics Engineer.

Put them together, as the World Economic Forum (WEF) did, and you get “Smart” Robotics. Hence, our new column: Careers in “Smart Robotics”. The WEF says there are 32 great careers in Smart Robotics, and we’re going to show you each and every one of them. Please join us for the journey. Along the way, you may find a career for yourself. Wouldn’t that make Mom proud? Then you could move out and get your own place.
* LinkedIn Emerging Jobs Report

Robots are replacing people, and now “intelligent” robots are out to replace their slow-witted or no-witted brethren. According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), get ready for lots of “smart” jobs because of it.

The World Economic Forum put a lot of time anergy into creating a series of Transformation Maps. This one, a map for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, is quite amazing. The WEF has taken an incredibly complex mix of technology, and graphically displayed it all in one place.

The Transformation Map for Robotics is amazing, and even more amazing is the inclusion of Artificial Intelligence. In fact, the subtlety of putting Artificial Intelligence in front of the word Robotics is very telling on its own.

For 2020, follow the trails that emanate out from the center of this Transformation Map; by 2022, the central label may well have contracted to read only: Intelligent Robotics.

Five years ago, Artificial Intelligence would not have been a part of the central label, Artificial Intelligence and Robotics; it would have read Robotics…only!

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