In Morocco, 50.5% of work activities can be automated, making the Kingdom the second country in Africa with the highest potential for robot’s use in industry, Mckinsey said in a recently published research.
Morocco was placed second in Africa, preceded by Kenya with an automation potential of 51.9% and followed by Egypt (48.7%), Nigeria (45.7) and South Africa (41%)
The research analyzes 46 countries, representing about 80% of the global workforce and examines their automation potential as well as the potential similarities and differences in how automation could take hold in the future.
On a global level China, India, Japan, and the United States, dominate the total, accounting for just over half of the wages and almost two-thirds of the number of employees associated with activities that are technically automatable by adapting demonstrated technologies.
Together, China and India may account for the largest potential employment impact — more than 700 million workers between them — because of the relative size of their labor forces, the research shows.
The use of robots can fill the expected decline in the share of the working-age population and increase global GDP growth by 0.8% to 1.4% annually.