2. How Internet technologies and robots will displace jobs
3. Analysis of Glam Media business organization
4. Buy-side threats
5. Sell-side threats
6. Competitive threats
7. How crowdsourcing can be used in the financial industry
Automated robots have been highly developed in the last 30 years. The Internet provides a wide range of benefits to users. Now these two innovative technologies have been combined through Wi-Fi networking. Advanced robots can work in an intelligent and accessible manner to obtain a wide range of information from the Internet. These robots also can work in service areas such as exhibition halls and restaurants. In addition, they can teach babies and children.
This assumes that robots will improve productivity, add to convenience, and reduce a lot of human work within 15 years. For example, in the last 30 years, analysis has shown that the labour market share (total labour salary/total productive income) has decreased. On the other hand, some experts have pointed out that productivity has not improved because the GDP of countries that use automated robots has not increased.
The e-business market has grown dramatically with an increasing number of Internet users.
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