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Charlotte Stonestreet

More robots doesn't have to mean fewer jobs


There is no doubt about it, even if the UK is not leading the way when it comes to implementing industrial robots, the worldwide movement towards more automated, digitalised ways of working will increasingly impact on people’s work and the roles that they carry out within the workplace. Indeed the workplace itself will be - and in many cases already is – altered as a result of growing robot and AI implementation.

Andy Pye

The limits to automation


The robot revolution hasn't happened at the pace predicted two decades ago, but it is coming, and rapidly. Computer power, big data, improvement in sensors, vision technology and speech recognition are challenging the role of humans in many professions.

CDA Guest Blog

Predicting the future


The fourth industrial revolution is well underway and as state-of-the-art technology drops in price, many more industries are benefiting from smart factories. As a recent PwC survey found 72 per cent of companies expect to achieve advanced levels of digitisation by 2020, the reach of these technologies is only set to increase in 2018. Here, Nick Boughton, sales manager at leading systems integrator, Boulting Technology, shares his predictions for 2018.

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