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To turn a set of manual steps into an electronic operation that runs on its own. It may also refer to removing certain human interactions with the software in an existing information system to make it operate from beginning to end without intervention. See automation.
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Such workers might have to go back to school or otherwise gain new skills to secure new employment in less automatable occupations.
2016) adapt the Frey and Osborne approach to consider tasks rather than occupations and see relatively few jobs (perhaps 9%) as completely automatable but, nevertheless, estimate that between 35% and 45% of tasks in European countries will be susceptible to automatibility.
Carl Benedikt Frey, co-director for the Oxford Martin Programme on Technology and Employment, said, 'The lesson of the twentieth century has been that most jobs that become automatable eventually disappear.
This is putting a big dent in the productivity of the business, as a shocking nine in ten business users are spending time on these boring automatable tasks rather than value-added activities.
The McKinsey researchers concluded that only 5 percent of occupations are fully automatable using currently available technologies.
One estimate is telling us that 47% of US jobs are potentially automatable over the next decade or two.
This XRD system is fully automatable and can be easily incorporated into industrial production control.
weakness over the past decade--and so generating wealth, advances in robotics and AI should also create additional jobs in less automatable parts of the economy as this extra wealth is spent or invested.
Gel and solid phase methods offer several advantages over the tube platform--they are both potentially automatable and both may be technically less difficult to perform than the tube method.
single gene vs panels; adding new genes when needed; adjusting probe concentrations or designs to improve performance), automatable (targeted capture and sample barcoding through a small number of enzymatic reactions; crucial for laboratories dealing with high numbers of diagnostic requests), reproducible [to be used for single nucleotide variant (SNV) as well as copy number variant (CNV) analysis], and inexpensive relative to commercial enrichment kits.
Like other, this opens up areas not previously automatable, but, in this case, also within industries that already automate, such as automotive or aerospace.
The initial assumption is that tasks that require less formal education are the most automatable.