Robert Deignan is president and founder of ATS Digital Services. This company offers technical assistance to customers around the globe in a remote way. Robert pursued a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership from Purdue University. Though his birthplace is Florida, Robert resides in Miami together with his nuclear family. He advises employees on how to adapt to the Automation Era. Automation comes with some effects to the numerous companies in existence. A research says that computerized machines will soon be able to carry out various tasks that are performed by human beings.
Most people are very much scared that the deployment of technology will lead to the loss of millions of jobs done by humans. Robert advices such people that fear can’t be of any help to them but they should learn on how to embrace the technology and work with it. It is said that machines can only handle a few number of jobs as compared to humans. However, the jobs that are mainly based on making decisions and need a lot of training cannot be done by machines. These jobs include teaching and performing therapy. A research done by the Oxford University revealed that several jobs have the possibility for automation. Such jobs include the social workers, Audiologists, emergency management directors among others.
In another research conducted by McKinsey, many jobs cannot be fully automated in the recent years. The jobs must require human intervention at some point. Robert Deignan also advises workers to embrace change as it happens. He further provides advice on the various reasons to build a healthy relationship with technology. Technology is said to have brought a big impact to various industries all over the world. It is one of the elements that motivated Robert to start his company. The negative point about technology is that nowadays most people spend a lot of time on phones doing rather unproductive work. Robert says that technology changes the way people think, it is designed to be addictive and therefore people should be in charge of their relationship with it.