When a robot vacuum cleaners the floors of your apartment or office, you’ll want to know why you can afford it.
A new report from the International Monetary Fund suggests that robotic carpet cleaners could become an economic force that can transform the way people live, work and travel.
The IMF, in its latest report on global economy, estimates that the robots’ impact on the global economy could be worth about $1.3 trillion annually.
The report also suggests that the potential of this new industrial revolution could eventually transform the world.
Robots are expected to play a huge role in the future of the workforce, with jobs in the service industry, for example, predicted to increase by 200% by 2035.
The UN report, titled Robots, Robots, and the Global Economy, is the result of a collaboration between the IMF and the International Labour Organization, which provides global policy advice to the United Nations.
The report comes after a similar report from McKinsey in 2013, which found that robots are on the rise, as well as an analysis from Oxford Economics that predicts that robot factories could create 1.5 million new jobs a year in the next decade.
The authors of the new report, based on McKinsey’s analysis, believe that robotic carpets could help to “create jobs in sectors where there are already too few.”
The study notes that in the coming decades, “most people will be able to get by without using a robot,” and that robots will be more accessible, which could create a “new kind of job.”
Robots can be trained to perform tasks like lifting, sweeping and vacuuming furniture, and are currently used in many places, such as the cleaning of office furniture, in order to improve efficiency.
In addition to cleaning offices, these robots also vacuum and vacuum the floors in apartments and commercial spaces, and then use their hands to clean up after themselves.
The robot industry is already booming, with more than 70 companies offering robotic cleaners, according to the report.
The companies range from companies that use robots to build cars to companies that specialize in cleaning and vacuuming.
There are also many companies that have developed their own robots that are sold in stores or in the marketplace.
A new report by the IMF predicts that the rise of robots could lead to the automation of a wide range of work, from agriculture to the construction of homes and offices.
For example, in 2018, an estimated 100,000 people worldwide will be living in robot households.
The new report notes that the trend toward robotism will be a big change for humans, but it will also be a good thing for society, which can be a positive for the environment.
“As a society, we can create new opportunities for innovation and productivity,” the report states.
“A robot is not a luxury; it can be an economic tool, a tool that will make life more efficient and provide for more well-being and a more equitable distribution of wealth.”