Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals

Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4361808/Six-jobs-eliminated-robot-workforce.html#ixzz4cnkv1VIi Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce, new report reveals Eliminated : People have been losing jobs to robots since the 1990’s, a new report has revealed. When one or more robots was introduced into the workforce between 1990 and 2007, it led to the elimination of an average of six jobs. During those years, robots accounted for the loss of about 670,000 manufacturing jobs, and this is expected to rise in the coming years as robots continue to take over tasks previously performed by people.…

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Six Nations: England equal the All Blacks – but are they on their level?

Six Nations: England equal the All Blacks - but are they on their level?

Six Nations: England equal the All Blacks – but are they on their level? Nations : “We’re one year into a four-year project. We’ve done reasonably well in the first year.” It sounds like something a college lecturer might say to a room of young undergraduates, or the owner of a small tech start-up to his three staff after filing the company’s first year-end accounts. It is not the sort of thing you expect to greet a world record-equalling victory, one that puts your team alongside arguably the greatest outfit…

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Six ways for a programmer to make money online

Six ways for a programmer to make money online

Six ways for a programmer to make money online make money :There are lots of sources in the internet for a programmer to make revenue. And its very interesting that most of these sources are capable in making a full time income for you. I’ve categorized all these sources to 6 types.   How a programmer can make money from internet? These are the major 6 methods through which you can make money online with your coding skills. Freelancing Start a personal website Develop games Build trendy applications Participate in…

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Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster

Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster

Researchers identify a way for six-legged robots to run faster To make insect-inspired robots run faster, Swiss researchers have found a new way by which six-legged insects increase their walking speed. Effecting a breakthrough in making insect-inspired robots run faster, Swiss researchers, led by an Indian-origin scientist, have found a new way by which six-legged insects increase their walking speed. Six-legged insects run fastest using a three-legged, or “tripod” gait where they have three legs on the ground at all times — two on one side of their body and one…

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Six Nations 2017 Scotland v Wales starts pivotal weekend

Six Nations 2017: Scotland v Wales starts pivotal weekend

Six Nations 2017 Scotland v Wales starts pivotal weekend Scotland will attempt to end their decade-long winless streak against Wales with a team missing five key men as the Six Nations resumes this weekend. Not since 2007 have Vern Cotter’s men won a Six Nations match against Wales, with the average margin of defeat 15 points in that period. Ireland have recalled Lions fly-half Jonny Sexton as they look to re-establish themselves in the title race with a win over a resurgent France. And Sexton’s main rival to be the…

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‘President Trump should hear and understand’: Quebec City unites in grief for six killed in mosque massacre as thousands hold vigil in sub-zero temperatures

'President Trump should hear and understand': Quebec City unites in grief for six killed in mosque massacre as thousands hold vigil in sub-zero temperatures

‘President Trump should hear and understand’: Quebec City unites in grief for six killed in mosque massacre as thousands hold vigil in sub-zero temperatures President : They were shocked, but mostly mournful, as the people of Quebec City turned out in their thousands to honor the victims of the massacre in the mosque. Candles were lit and placed in the snow piles and prayers were said in the sub-zero temperatures in respect to the fallen six, alleged to have been gunned down by local student Alexandre Bissonnette. There had been…

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Six Nations: Jeremy Guscott on Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales

Six Nations: Jeremy Guscott on Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales

Six Nations: Jeremy Guscott on Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales The Six Nations opening weekend has prompted as many questions as it has provided answers. Is Scotland’s win over Ireland the start of some sustained success? Was England’s scrappy, but nonetheless victorious, performance against France a sign of greatness or a symptom of something amiss? And will Wales’ failure to score a fourth try in beating Italy be the first significant part that bonus points have to play in Six Nations history? Here is my attempt to pick through the…

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