The following article appeared in the January 2018 issue of Next Big Futures.
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The robotic revolution is about to start.
The first-generation robot, or robot, will begin to emerge in 2021, a fact that will change how we interact with robots.
But this is not the only revolution in robotics.
In the next decade, we will begin the evolution of autonomous vehicles, autonomous robots, and other forms of automation that will allow us to work, travel, shop, and even interact with each other.
Robots will also make it easier for us to manage the physical world, which will greatly reduce the amount of time that we spend in cars, warehouses, and warehouses.
In the next few years, we can expect to see a shift away from manual labor and toward greater automation, with the goal of reducing the amount and the cost of work we do.
The future of work has never been so exciting.
This article was written by Dan McLeod, a freelance writer who is based in Washington, D.C. He is the founder and president of The Futures Institute, a research and education organization focused on the future of humanity.
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