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How Machines Have Replaced Humans (Man vs. Machine)

Techmango Technology Services Nov 29, 2019
I'm not going to debate on whether machines are a boon or bane. I'm just going to explain how machines have taken over manual jobs. Let's get started.

Software Development Companies

You must have faced problems in your company, which arise due to jobs being taken care of, manually. Software development companies in India & USA have already started to automate their process. Here are some jobs from yesteryear that have already gone and some that are being phased out.

Bowling Alley Pinsetter

We often regard granted the actual fact that every bowling alley has machines to select fallen pins and set them up- as computers keep a tally of our scores on screen. In earlier times, a bowling Alley pinsetter would wait at the top to select up all the knocked-down pins and place them back in situ.

Switchboard Operator

It was a job created by a technology revolution, but the days of manual telephone switchboards are long gone. In the largest exchanges, supervisors whizzed around on roller skates to keep up with all of their staff. Switchboard operators still exist within organizations today, although the systems are completely computerized.

Film Projectionist

When cinemas began, a projectionist was required to run mechanical projectors with 35mm celluloid rolls. Today, the role of film projectionists has been diminished to close extinction, although some arthouse cinemas still have 35mm projectors to show prints of classic films.

Knocker-Uppers

How did folks get on their feet in the morning before alarm clocks existed? A knocker-up's job was to wake up sleeping people in the morning. Since then we’ve moved onto wind-up clocks, before shifting again to digital alarm clocks and swapping alarm clocks completely, for our smartphones. But here's a question: who knocked up the knocker-uppers?

Railway Station Ticket Seller

Like cashiers, railway stations in the country now have machines where passengers can buy tickets, and many remote stations are unmanned unless ticket inspectors. Confused tourists trying to understand rules of an off-peak time advanced supersaver fare will be the only ones looking for open ticket window.