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10 Businesses that will be disrupted by Robotics and AI

1. Manual Labor: Robotics and AI have already begun to disrupt manual labor-intensive businesses such as manufacturing and logistics. As robotics and AI improve, we will see even more disruption in this area.

2. Data Entry: Robotics and AI can now easily handle the task of data entry, which is why many businesses are now using these technologies to automate this process.

3. Travel Agents: With the advent of online travel booking services, travel agents have been increasingly disrupted. Robotics and AI will only accelerate this trend.

4. Taxi Drivers: With the advent of self-driving cars, taxi drivers are likely to be disrupted in the very near future.

5. Bank Tellers: Robotics and AI are already being used to automate many banking tasks such as account management and loan processing. This trend is likely to continue, with bank tellers becoming increasingly obsolete.

6. Retail Salespersons: Robotics and AI are already being used in retail stores to manage inventory and recommend products. As these technologies improve, we can expect to see even more automation in this area, with retail salespersons becoming increasingly obsolete.

7. Journalists: With the increasing use of AI to generate news articles, journalists are likely to be disrupted in the near future.

8. Lawyers: With the increasing use of AI to automate legal tasks, lawyers are likely to be disrupted in the near future.

9. Doctors: With the increasing use of AI to diagnose diseases and to recommend treatments, doctors are likely to be disrupted in the near future.

10. Teachers: With the increasing use of AI to automate teaching tasks, teachers are likely to be disrupted in the near future.


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