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Automation & the Death of the American Job
Automation proponent Dan Abbate will launch speaking tour, “Death of the American Job - The Future of Automation in Business,” throughout South Florida beginning May 19, 2014.
His current talk is entitled “Death of the American Job - The Future of Automation in Business.” As technology continues to expand its autonomous functionality and becomes even more tightly integrated into society, this integration results in less labor inputs required to run the economy. Or said another way: in the not-too-distant future, there will be less for humans to do. Touching on the past, present and future of automation, Abbate focuses on what companies and individuals can do to prepare and adapt to this already-in-process change.
Abbate elaborates, “One of the questions I always get asked during the Q&A is ‘With all this automation and displacement of workers, what are we going to do with all the dummies?’ Everyone laughs when this comes up, but the point of it is pertinent. The value that human employees will have in the future is in jobs that utilize their creative and relationship-
Civic and professional organizations interested in booking Abbate while on his tour should contact Cheryl Miller, 561-766-1223 or cheryl (at) robotaton (dot) com. For booking media appearances or interviews, please contact Kelly Williams, kelly (at) robotaton (dot) com or 561-766-1223.
About Dan Abbate:
Dan Abbate is the owner of several companies and has bought and sold countless others that use automation to reduce costs and increase efficiency. Dan spends his free time thinking of how to make things run more efficiently;
About Robotaton Corp:
Robotaton Corp (http://www.robotaton.com) automates company-wide business processes for mid-market companies. Robotaton focuses on event-driven automation, meaning computers talk directly to other computers to accomplish day-to-day repetitive tasks with little to no human intervention. Robotaton integrates all business systems to free up human time to focus on other tasks, making companies more cost-efficient, error-proof, streamlined, and accessible. Automation, the ideal employee: it anticipates needs, maintains and executes procedures, brings together information in real time, and NEVER takes a vacation.