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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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"Trisotech is currently disrupting the HIT industry using a clinician-friendly modeling environment that creates standard-based models, allowing non-technical users to create automatable clinical guidelines," the magazine writes.
(Estlund, 2018) There will be jobs where most of the tasks are automatable, but the smaller proportion of non-automatable tasks is essential to the basic characteristics of the job itself.
It is fast, precise--some parts, such as bone screws (2), require markings as small as 0.2mm--economic, automatable, and is well-suited for volume production.
It's just the probability that the jobs may be technically automatable,' he said.
Once you have everyone's backing, it is time to cut your losses on technology that is not 'automatable'.
Such jobs are deemed to face "high risk" with over 70 percent of their tasks potentially automatable. All of these either involve routine, physical labor or information collection and processing activities.
In this paper, the role that aging, unions, and a reliance on automatable industries play in characterizing robot adoption during the period from 2000 to 2015 in 34 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries was analyzed.
adapting currently demonstrated technology." (52) Least automatable
The dilemma for the Philippines is that its industrial production is greatly dependent on the 'automatable' assembly of electronics, auto parts, garments and shoes, and the leading segment of its service sector, on the 'automatable' ICT-enabled call center operations.
To arrive at this conclusion, for 70 occupations, the authors estimated whether they were automatable or not, taking into account "bottlenecks to computerisation" (p.
Workers in fully automatable jobs were more than three times less likely to have participated in on-the-job training, over a 12-month period, than workers in non-automatable jobs.
I love my job because of the opportunity I have to work side-by-side with our innovative Ellie Mae teammates and to create a positive environment in which every employee loves their work, while we continue our company's mission of automating everything that is automatable in the mortgage industry."