As automation technologies such as machine learning and robotics play an increasing role in everyday life their potential impact on the workplace has become a major subject of research and public interest.
If nowadays a person performs typical operations, they are likely to be replaced by a machine tomorrow. If a business has sufficiently formalized its processes and works according to the developed algorithm, machines can replace people in this industry very easily. Being more "diligent" and trying to develop skill-sets in this area is less and less attractive strategy, as robots will overtake anyway. Companies create a huge amount of data, managers and staff can no longer keep it all in their heads, while programs can.
When it comes to a specific business application, it is important to know which jobs will or will not be replaced by machines. We tried to figure this out.

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Andrii is a content manager at MassMedia Group software development company. He is an expert at business running processes and methodologies, software solutions and is in charge of most crazy creative ideas concerning the content and targeted marketing.