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automation in Factories topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishautomationau‧to‧mation /ˌɔːtəˈmeɪʃən $ ˌɒː-/ AWL noun [uncountable]  TIFMACHINEthe use of computers and machines instead of people to do a jobautomated
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automationAny occupation that consists mostly of the repeated application of rules is a target for automation.For example we need to provide our Members with better services and facilities, with larger branches and with more automation.There is a kind of automation in the way thi woman speaks.But this is a bleak, stoic, death-wish kind of automation, with no hope of being great again.Desktop publishing acts as an integrator of the output from other office automation packages.Breakeven analysis may be used to analyze the profit implications of a modernization or automation program.Alternatively, the computer could form a part of other automation systems that the firm sells.Some say automation is the main culprit.