A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters

Robots will destroy 85 million jobs over next five years as pandemic speeds up workplace changes, WEF says

  • The Covid-19 pandemic is accelerating changes in the workplace likely to exaggerate inequalities, a WEF study has found
  • Surveys of nearly 300 global companies found four out of five business executives were accelerating plans to digitise work and deploy new technologies

Topic |   Robotics
A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters
A robot delivers a birthday cake at Robotazia restaurant as the coronavirus outbreak continues in Milton Keynes, Britain, October 2, 2020. Photo: Reuters
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