The emergence of autonomous robots and drones in the work of non-destructive material testing professionals

Asked and answered by CHAT GTP

To what extent do the emergence of autonomous robots, drones and their integrated artificial intelligence-based analytical capabilities pose a threat to the work of industrial non-destructive testing professionals?

The emergence of autonomous robots and drones is likely to bring significant changes to the work of industrial non-destructive material testing professionals. Artificial intelligence integrated with these can increase the accuracy, efficiency and speed of inspections, which can reduce the need for human intervention.

But it can also pose a threat to the work of professionals. Automation can change jobs and reduce the number of activities that require human intervention. The transition period can be difficult and the acquisition of certain work skills may be necessary to maintain a sustainable workplace.

However, industrial non-destructive testing professionals have the opportunity to further develop their skills, such as understanding and using artificial intelligence, to keep their jobs and gain an advantage in the face of change.

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