While artificial intelligence and robotic workers are populating more and more of our lives from day to day, a study reveals the situation relative to the general rate of labor in the world.
The world is preparing to go through a scheme that relies on machines as never before, perhaps in the near future. Robots are increasingly used in many business lines as robots are developed that can do the work of human workers faster and at less cost.
In this context, the statistics published by the International Robotics Federation are very interesting facts.
The chart above shows the numbers of robotic workers published in 2017 and employed in the world in 2016. South Korea draws first place with 631 workers among every 10,000 workers. Followed by South Korea with 488 workers in Singapore and Germany with advanced industrialization.
The chart above is a list of countries under the average of 74 robot workers per 10,000 workers. China, which is expected to climb to the top of its list within the next 4-5 years, is not yet the country that has the promise. Of course, the human workers they employ here are already in severe conditions and have the effect of working with low salaries. Unfortunately, Turkey seems to be one of the countries worldwide that perform at least breakthroughs in this regard. 23 robots per 10,000 workers, a worker falls in Turkey.
It is like a good news to say that these rates will increase in the coming period on a country basis and worldwide. Of course, it will show how fast and how quickly this increase will take place and how quickly the robot will adapt to the business world.