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Robots plan taking on the future as when Zbynek Frolik required contemporary employees to manage increasing orders at his huge factories in central Bohemia, he spread advertisements all over Czech Republic. However, in well to do economies where all the people were employed, there were a handful who was interested. Increasing salary was not accepted nor was subsidizing housing. Therefore the alternative of robots was contemplated.

Mr. Frolik, whose company, Linet, makes state-of-the art hospital beds sold in over 100 countries, said that they were attempting to substitute people with machines wherever it was possible. Such proposal normally produces perception of a destiny where employees are not needed. In numerous paramount economies, companies are exploring substituting factory workers, truck drivers and even lawyers with artificial intelligence, elevating the apparition of mob replacement of jobs.

However, in Eastern Europe robots are being procured as a provision for scarcity of workers. Frequently they are assisting to generate contemporary jobs as businesses in Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland try to remain nimble and aggressive. Advancement in these countries which turned low-cost manufacturing hubs for Europe after the descent of communism has risen 5 % in recent years, animated by the global recuperation.

Scarce are mounting higher than the Czech Republic, where plants exhibit cars for the likes of Toyota and consumer electronics for Dell, whereas smaller companies manufacture lineament goods to trade globally. A surging economy has slit the jobless rate to just 2.4 percent the scantiest in the European Union.