China introduced the overheating of robots, and 1 of Foxconn replaced the factory with 60,000 people

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One of China’s 60,000 employees has replaced Robots in a factory”, the topic of a report by Hong Kong’s サウスチャイナ・モーニング・ポスト paper. Moreover, the factory that is blamed is the world’s largest contracted production of electronic equipment for Apple’s iPhone/iPad The scale is proud of Taiwan’s Foxconn. The rise in labor costs and the overheating of robot movements in China’s manufacturing industry continue. Report on “Mr. Reno’s Robot Sociology (15)” on the 25th It is also pointed out that the perception that the laborer’s jobs are being taken away from the robots and that the unemployment rate is rising has practical significance. Foxconn, Sharp acquire Hon Hai Precisionindustrycore business group. According to the report of サウスチャイナ・モーニング・ポスト, the cadres of the propaganda department of the Foxconn factory in Kunshan (Junxiang) City, Jiangsu Province made it clear that the introduction of robots aimed at reducing labor costs and the reduction of the factory’s 110,000 employees to 50,000 people. Kunshan is an agglomeration of electronics industries. 4800 companies of Taiwanese companies enter and exit, and Taiwanese enterprises account for 60% of the city’s GDP. And at the end of 2014, two-thirds of the city’s population of about 2.5 million were migrant workers. The image created by the employment of Taiwanese capital electronics factories. However, the peak shipments were 120 million units per year, while the demand for proud laptops dropped sharply by 51 million units. It represents an increase of 20 million smartphones last year, and labor costs are also rising. Therefore, the official said, the massive introduction of robots by other businesses in the city follows the trend. Other industrial cluster areas in China have the same trend. Since 2014, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province has replaced the placement of thousands of workers in 505 companies with the goal of 4.2 billion yuan (about 70 billion yen). ) investment in industrial robots. On the other hand, there are also perceptions that the rapid robotization of China’s labor market will have a bad impact. According to a report jointly researched by Deloitte and Oxford University, China’s 35% labor crisis in the next 20 years has been exposed. This report, Foxconn BBC interview, many manufacturing-related operations in the factoryautomationAfter the acknowledgment, “the loss of long-term employment implies an indistinct denial”. In contrast to this, “The replacement of new production technologies such as robots for simple work that workers rely on, and high value-added work such as worker training, research and development, and engineering management, quality control.” rebuttal.

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