Android Barcode Scanner is changing big ways to humans now!
Once you have your boarding pass and luggage tags, you proceed to the luggage drop stations, which are now also totally devoid of humans. In their place are rows of touch-screens and barcode scanners. You are now required to attach your own luggage tags to your bags, scan the barcode and place your luggage on to the conveyer belt, which weighs and assesses each bag before pushing it through to wherever luggage goes to meet its fate. Without the professional human assistance, you are left wondering if you will ever see your luggage again (I was reunited with mine).
Moving through passport control and security, you encounter more self-service machines, which scan boarding passes by scanning Rakinda QR reader , and this automation continues up to the final boarding gate. Most of the duty-free newsagent stores feature self-service payment terminals as well – already standard supermarket procedure in many countries.
However, at every single self-service terminal, you will always find human help, because so many people are still coming to grips with these automated systems. But if you’ve done it once, you probably won’t need assistance again. It’s just a learning curve. But that’s not the point.
The McKinsey Global Institute predicts that 45% of jobs today will be automated out of existence in the next two decades, and already, one of the terms that is used repeatedly regarding the fourth industrial revolution is: The Great Displacement.
In this phase of the revolution, most of the jobs lost to machines will be routine in nature and it’s surprising just how many jobs can be considered “routine”. Chatbots that manage your monthly budget and robot advisers that help you invest are algorithmic automatons that are already disrupting the financial services sector. Many in this industry would not have considered their jobs as “routine” – so best you double-check to see if your job is at risk.
While jobs will undoubtedly be lost, those lost jobs generally resurface in a new ancillary service linked to the industry (for example, repair and maintenance), hence the term The Great Displacement. However, this displacement requires technical skill, which is why a pivotal industry such as mining in South Africa is such a concern. It is safer, and more efficient, to use machines underground, but most mine workers do not have the technical skills to be displaced.It’s a socioeconomic time bomb.
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