Tag: Robots at Work

Shiva Therapist
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HUBOT: Meet the Shiva Therapist

The human touch has a unique therapeutic effect that a machine cannot replace. That’s why as a Shiva Therapist, you are massaging with your own hands. But for the heavy work, you have four additional robotic arms at your disposal. These will allow you to work for the entire day and will enable you to give overwhelming six-handed massages. Like an octopus, but with a human sensitivity. The best massage ever!

The shiva therapist is one of the 16 positions from HUBOT, the job agency for people and robots. Are you interested in this role? Take the HUBOT jobtest and discover which HUBOT job suits you best.

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digital detox dietitian
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HUBOT: Meet the Digital Detox Dietitian

Offline is the new luxury, so we heard. New technologies have radically changed our daily life and compromised the balance between our working and private lives. As a digital detox dietitian, you know exactly how much digital technology your client needs and you give professional advice with a personal approach. Together you seek for an appropriate treatment that suits the needs of the patients, without losing themselves in it.

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exoskeleton mover
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HUBOT: Meet the Exoskeleton Mover

Relocations are for big guys. At least, that’s how it used to be. Never thought that you could be a mover with your lightweight physique? As an exoskeleton mover, you wear a motorized exoskeleton suit that gives you the muscular power of a gorilla. The suit contains an indestructible frame, powered by a system of electric motors to support your movements without straining the body. No washing machine or piano is too heavy for you. You carry them outside as if they weigh nothing.

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HUBOT: Meet the Remote Savior

When giving first aid, all kinds of emotions are in play. Thus it is important for the victim of an accident to receive emotional assistance and to be mentally supported during an emergency or crisis. As a remote savior, you are unable to provide physical assistance in the event of an accident due to a disability, but by means of a smart bracelet you are in contact with the injured person and can use your empathic qualities to offer moral support.

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HUBOT: Meet the Data Waiter

As a data waiter you are working at the Tinder restaurant. Upon arrival, visitors log in with their social media account. An intelligent algorithm matches the guests based on their likes and Chef Watson cooks a perfectly fitting dinner for the new couple. Through an augmented contact lens, the data waiter has access to the customer’s information and can use this data to astonish them. For instance, you see that your guest recently returned from Indonesia and welcome them with a cold Bintang beer.

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HUBOT: Meet the Blind Traffic Regulator

A visual impairment does not have to be confining and futile when it comes to traffic control. As a blind traffic regulator, you wear a haptic suit that translates the traffic situation into impulses on your back. Equipped with sensors scanning the environment and vibrating motors to make traffic a sensible experience, you have a set of eyes in your back.

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HUBOT: Meet the Robot Coach

Craftsmanship is generally very appreciated, but it takes a lot of time to master a craft. Therefore, as a robot coach you train – you guessed it, a robot – to transfer your knowledge to future professionals. Collaborating this way, humans and robots work optimally together, from student to coach and vice versa. And don’t be afraid that the human hand will become dispensable, as no robot does it like a human, and that’s what the craft is about in the first place.

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Opening HUBOT at DDW

The robots have arrived! Yesterday we celebrated the launch of HUBOT, job agency for people and robots at MediaMarkt, as part of the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven. Our virtual office had opened a week before the physical launch, and the applicants were pouring in from all over the world. Now it was time to welcome job-seeking futurists to the offline opening of our office, this entailed drinks, jobs… and robots! 

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robotization bricklaying robot,
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Robotization Makes Work More Human

The Robots are coming! They keep getting smarter, more reliable, and more affordable. They work 24 hours a day and never get sick. It’s no surprise that some are proclaiming that robotisation and artificial intelligence (AI) will eliminate jobs. In 2014 Oxford scientists calculated 47% of the current jobs could be automated by 2034, due to robotisation and AI.  Last year accounting and consulting firm Deloitte calculated 42% of the students at vocational high schools were still being trained to do these endangered jobs. Imagine being 16 years and discovering you’re studying for a job that soon won’t exist. What kind of future is that?

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