3 Future Scenarios of Automation Depicted By Satyanarayana Tota

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Satyanarayana Tota

Satyanarayana Tota is an expert in the automation sector with over 20 years of experience. He applies his tremendous skill-set to find innovative solutions in the information technology industry. His vast knowledge about test automation and process automation tools has helped him to succeed in the pharmacy and software industry. With his outstanding leadership and management skills, he has successfully managed various medium to large-sized projects.

As a lead test automation engineer, he has performed automation frameworks and new automation strategies on more than hundred projects. At present, Satyanarayana Tota is an Integration Architect at ServiceNow Integration, California, US. He has closely worked with many technical teams such as the IT Architect team, Business Analyst team, and ITSM Process Architect team.

Satyanarayana Outlines the Influence of Automation on Future Society

With expeditious development in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI), automation technology is being used widely at the industrial scale. Automated robots can perform plenty of functions without any human interference.

Multiple sectors such as banking, health, education, IT, manufacturing, etc. are embracing automation to increase their productivity and profitability. Business experts have anticipated that almost 60% of the current industries will have their 30% of work aided by automated technologies by 2030.

There can be many possible scenarios of automation in the future society, but the most likely ones could be:

Widespread and Planned Automation

Technologies that seemed completely impossible could finally be materialized on the mass market. These technologies could include quantum computing and general-purpose AI. Sensor-enhanced infrastructure may provide abundant real-time data.

It can lead to an uninterrupted process of data collection. Legal frameworks could allow monitoring of online as well as offline behaviour. Artificial intelligence could be used in researching complex human behaviour, human anatomy, and various environmental aspects.

The implementation of AI to biology and healthcare along with other disciplines may lead humankind to higher dimensions.

Automation may prompt the developing countries to develop an alternative economic system in compliance with the forthcoming status quo, which can be profiting in many political and social ways.

Rapid Full Automation

Rapid full automation will require rethinking about human labour, redefining the entire value system, and redesigning theories to which currently economies stick. Companies are already using automation to generate esteem in various services and products.

Ecommerce companies are using automation technology to provide personalized product recommendations, which can multiply their profits. Fraudulent transactions and malfunctions in production are also being easily monitored by using AI.

Business experts have forecasted a gradual decline in the global workforce by 2030. Reduced workforce can result in low gross domestic production and slow economic growth. Therefore, the implementation of rapid automation could boost the declining global economy.

Automation might help in tackling several monumental challenges varying from medical research to material science.

New Job Creations and Demand for Different Skills

Automation could lead to growth in demand for work, and consequently, jobs. Economic experts expect an increase in labour demand of up to 12 percent by 2030. Economies having a younger working-age population could see enormous gains.

Automation will not only add new jobs but may present some new occupations which one cannot imagine today. These new occupations may account for up to 10 percent of the total existing occupations by 2030.

For instance, who would have thought that the arrival of the computer in the mass market will lead to the origination of millions of jobs today? Most of these jobs were unimagined before the arrival of the computer.

Automation will prompt the new generation to learn advanced technological skills, critical thinking skills, creativity skills, and complex data processing. This will accelerate the demand for ever trending digital skills.

About Satyanarayana Tota

Satyanarayana Tota has around 20 years of experience as an automation expert in the information technology industry. He has immense knowledge about test automation and process automation tools in the pharmacy and software industry. His great leadership and management skills helped him to manage various medium to large-sized projects. He currently resides in Sunnyvale, California, with his family. Apart from his job, Satyanarayana loves to volunteer for social work. Satyanarayana Tota teaches science at North-south Foundation to elementary and middle school children.