According to a survey prepared by the Russian research center Kaspersky, employees in Egypt believe that the better robots get at various work tasks, the fewer jobs left for humans to fill.
Most of the 75% surveyed employees believe that the use of robots should be expanded to various industries, but expressed fears of hacking incidents.
Bots increase quality and performance
Robots are used in industrial control systems and in other computer systems to manage production processes, replacing manual labor, increasing efficiency and speed and increasing quality and performance.
Kaspersky conducted one studio which examines the opinion of employees of manufacturing companies and large organizations around the world on the consequences of work automation and the increase in the use of bots and to find out what employees think about the security of bots and automated systems in their organizations.
Employees have reported an increased level of bot dependency in their organizations over the past two years, with 38% of respondents saying their organization uses bots and 39% plan to use them in the near future.
The survey included Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates
The survey, which included respondents from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey and South Africa, showed that employees expect job losses to robots, stating that the more robots become, the better they are at completing various tasks, the fewer jobs remain for humans. .
The vast majority of employees in Egypt (94%) believes that robots will eventually replace humans in their industries and that humans need to be given new knowledge and skills in order not to lose their jobs to advancing robots in all sectors. who see the potential for robots to replace In their place, the majority (71%) said they were willing to learn new skills or enhance their existing skills and experience.
Many employees remain optimistic as robots continue to take over jobs and say robot adoption will make human roles safer and smarter while increasing manufacturing efficiency, while 73% believe enough new jobs will be created jobs to compensate for those lost to robotic job takeover and more jobs will emerge for programmers, date scientist and engineers, who will drive bot adoption over the next few years.
On the other hand, it studio showed that digital security risks increase from bots, as the majority of respondents (90%) believe bots can be breached, while 71% indicate they are aware of such incidents in their organization or in other local institutions. But the opinions of the participants in the studio they were divided on evaluating ways to protect bots. 42% of respondents from the region believe that there are not enough digital security measures to protect bots in various sectors.
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