Will India be left behind in new Industrial revolution?

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This map-like infographic from Bloomberg shows the ratio of industrial robots to human workers by country and region.

Larger boxes mean more robots per human factory worker. By this measure, four Asian countries stand out for their highly automated industries: Singapore, South Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. Within Europe, Germany leads. The US has proportionally more robots than Canada, and the machines barely have a toehold in South America. The main point here is who’s missing: China has barely begun to automate. This can’t persist if Beijing wants to retain its export volumes. Chinese companies are now in a headlong rush to install industrial automation technologies, and the trend will likely accelerate .

what about India?

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