Robots are generally made with AI technology.Do you think could be a generation where Robots can perform every task that Man does. Let's go ahead

A robot is a tool that is merely made of the concept Artificial intelligence. If robots are developed in such a way that can do any task that an Engineer can do, then it is inevitable that no engineer would be required in future. So i think probably no engineer would develop a robot that can replace him.

Though there are 100 percent chances of inventing a Robot that can replace man in various sectors, its better not to go further with this concept of invention because it is not favorable to implement Robots in certain sectors since it may lead to Unemployment, which is already one of the major problems in the world today.

But still there are certain fields which are most at risk of Being. Let us go ahead with such fields of Employment which are better to be carried out well by Robots than Human Beings do

1. Supervisors of landscaping, lawn service and grounds-keeping workers
The fatal injury rate for supervisors in the landscaping industry was just over 18 per 100,000.

Landscaping or lawn care, which can include many hazards, ranging from driving to using heavy equipment, exposure to heat and working dangerously unsupervised. Working outside increases a worker’s risk of heat stress, which occurs when the body is unable to cool itself by sweating. Heat stress can lead to heat exhaustion or heat stroke and can eventually lead even to death. Warning signs includes headaches, dizziness, lightheartedness, weakness and moist skin, confusion, vomiting, dry, hot skin with no sweating, and seizures or convulsions. Heat stress can be prevented by monitoring oneself and others for symptoms, using cooling fans/air-conditioning; rest regularly, drinking lots of water and wearing lightweight, light colored, loose-fitting clothes.  

Youth workers in landscaping and grounds keeping also face many of the same hazards of working with machinery as youth in agriculture. Both teens and their parents should think carefully when choosing a job. Parents and teens need to be aware of potential dangers such as working with equipment or in extreme heat. Youth workers should never hesitate to ask for more training. Young workers and their employers need to be aware of labor laws and it’s up to good employers to abide by them. Being employed can be a safe and rewarding experience for teens and provide them with skills they will use in future jobs, but it’s important that everyone work together to ensure safe working environments for all.

2. Electrical power-line installer and repairer
The fatal injury rate for power-line workers was approximately 21 per 100,000. In fact,the career in an electrical field generally means hazardous where they are represented to inspect and repair the power lines mitigating the hazards. Our modern world cannot function without electricity, though many brave men and women are employed in this field and we need to safeguard this work.

When there's any natural calamity, these employees are always first among the seen. They often put their health and safety at risk, but the companies they work for put them even more at risk with the infrastructure of power transmission and distribution.

3. Farmers, ranchers and agricultural managers
The fatal injury rate for farmers and ranchers was approximately 22 per 100,000.

The work environment for the agricultural managers, farmers and ranchers can be hazardous because the tools they use can cause them serious injuries, so they must be alert all the time. They should work irrespective of cold, heat and rain. This may create serious effects on health and skin diseases. They should always be alert specifically during rains so that they can protect their farm from over- drained.

The cattle farming is again an other issue that needs to be stressed. Controlling the whole cattle while grazing and bringing them back to their place without missing is a huge task. It needs a lot of attention and certainly a heavy duty.

Robots if employed in this field, works would be well done and safeguarded.

4. Truck drivers
Their fatal injury rate for the truck drivers was approximately 24 per 100,000. The job in this field has increased to five percent since 2011. Though people think that this occupation needs just driving skills, it literally needs a lot of concentration all the time and hazardous.

They should concentrate all through the day on their driving wherever they go and by sitting at the same place for hours, many people complain severe back pain, muscle contraction and abdominal problems for constantly sitting at he same place. This field need to be concentrated further because its not a friendly job.

5. Structural iron and steel workers

Their fatal injury rate for the employees in this field was approximately 30 per 100,000. Steel and iron workers often have to endure exhausting hours, strenuous conditions and constant perils. Whether at mills or construction sites, steel workers face a wide range of risks that factor into their everyday duties. The biggest dangers include:

  1. Falls: Steel work often involves significant heights, uneven ground and obstructed walkways. It's no surprise that slips, trips and falls are the number one cause of injuries among steel workers worldwide.
  2. Heavy machinery: Powerful machinery plays a key role in the steel industry. It also contributes to numerous injuries and fatalities. Despite ample warnings, thorough training and built-in safeguards, accidents still happen. People cut corners, equipment deteriorates and safety mechanisms fail.
  3. Noise: Steel mills and construction sites aren't quiet environments. Hearing loss is common among steel workers, especially when proper ear protection isn't used religiously. Continuous harsh noise also takes a psychological toll, leading to fatigue and anxiety.
  4. Toxins: Dangerous chemicals and airborne toxins are facts of life in steel mills. Improper handling can lead to chemical burns, blindness and lung damage. What's more, over years and decades, exposure to toxins such as asbestos can result in life-threatening cancers and lung diseases.
  5. Vibration: Many steel workers use heavy machinery or power tools on a daily basis. Long-term exposure to vibration from this equipment can cause nerve damage, especially in the hands and fingers. It can also wear down tendons and ligaments, leading to chronic pain and decreased mobility.
  6. Heavy lifting: Jobs in the steel industry are physically demanding. They require repeated lifting, bending and other forms of exertion. When workers perform strenuous tasks day in and day out, year after year, their bodies wear down. Back, neck, knee and shoulder injuries are especially prevalent among steel workers.

It's impossible to completely eliminate the risks involved in steel work. However, it is possible to reduce them. When every worker, supervisor and employer makes safety a priority, everyone benefits.

6. Refuse and recyclable material collectors

Their fatal injury rate for the employees in this field  was approximately 39 per 100,000. Garbage collecting work is the most hazardous and health-wise highly risk oriented employment. They never know what materials and foraging animals they may come across on their course of duty. It was also ranked as a no.1 dangerous duty by the American society and taking measures not to employ humans in this field.

They take many toxic materials irrespective of their attention while transporting the garbage from place to place everyday. It is an awkward and deserves no respect from the society regardless of its dangers. The garbage employees come across ice, rain and winds often and must cope up with the slick and hazardous conditions for sure.

The garbage may also consists of pests trash which is often filled with vermin such as rats and mice, roaches and other foraging pests. Contact with these materials may lead to rabies and other diseases.

These are the areas where Robots are ultimately needed.

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