The machines are taking over
The rise of robots is no longer mere science fiction, with robotics and artificial intelligence infiltrating nearly every area of our lives. From self-serve checkouts in supermarkets to screening legal documents, robots are now working more efficiently and economically than we do in some workplaces. So it's no surprise that a McKinsey report from 2017 predicts that robots will take over 800 million jobs by 2030, which would affect one-fifth of the global workforce. But what do robots in the workplace actually look like?