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Amazon Can’t Be Fully Automated

Amazon’s chief robotics technologist, Tye Brady said that the firm will always be needing human staff in the warehouse.
So far, around 50 warehouses of Amazon, 2,00,000 robots were placed to work by the company.
Even though the firm has highly invested on robots, Tye Brady said that the company yet needed its man power to run the business by humans rather than fully automated.
He said, “Not at all. One ounce of my body just doesn’t see that. The way that I think about this is a symphony of humans and machines working together, you need both.
The challenge that we have in front of us is how do we smartly design our machines to extend human capability.”
In an event Mr. Brady, said, “It’s a reframing of your relationship with machines, right? You extend human capability. And when you gain productivity, then you have the ability to create new jobs that were unimaginable five years ago.”
But it has been harshly criticized by a group.
GMB General Secretary Tim Roache said in a statement, “They are breaking bones, being knocked unconscious and being taken away in ambulances. We’re standing up and saying enough is enough, these are people making Amazon its money. People with kids, homes, bills to pay – they’re not robots.”
Amazon, in response said, “All of our sites are safe places to work and reports to the contrary are simply wrong.”
But due to some pressure in the work, the firm is making some changes.

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