Automation walks into a bar…

by Jun 2, 2023

Automation walks into a bar…

The bartender says: ‘Hey, we don’t serve your kind here. You’re taking away our jobs!’

Automation replies: ‘But I can make your life easier, save you time, and help you focus on what you do best.’

The bartender, skeptical, decides to give it a shot. Now, he’s got more time to create innovative cocktails and provide a personalized experience for his customers – all thanks to Automation.

So, next time you fear automation is taking away jobs, remember it can empower us to be more creative and efficient in our roles.

What are your thoughts on embracing automation in your field?

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