How Workers Who Care Can’t Be Replaced by Robots

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How Workers Who Care Can’t Be Replaced by RobotsMiddle-class workers have always had mixed feelings towards the automation of the labor industry; on one hand, new technology can speed up tedious work but it can also jeopardize the necessity for human workers in general. The implementation of onsite technology certainly speeds up the process, but a complete technical overhaul of the construction process would do more harm than good because there would be a loss of the emotional aspect of development.

Even the construction industry, which is predominately based on physical development and labor, has an emotional side that robots couldn’t possibly compensate for. While machines can be programmed to carry out detailed measurements and produce accurate results, the fact of the matter is that human workers put time and effort out of their days to create a result that will inevitably impact other human beings. This emotional involvement is something that robots can’t possibly possess, and while they can certainly carry out tasks with efficiency they cannot make alternate and creative decisions that humans can.

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How Will Robotic Automation Affect Construction?

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When thinking about automation and improving processes, the construction industry probably isn’t the first job that comes to mind. However, it is an industry that will benefit from efficiency and improved technologies. We’re a far cry from having robots take over the construction of entire buildings, but chances are the day will come when robots are able to do much of the repetitive work where humans traditionally would be required. What will that mean for construction companies and workers?

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