Discussion in 'Current Events' started by BlackJack616, Nov 14, 2015.
I think we are safe, UPS already thinks we are robots.
They don't think, they know
My outlook on this subject is that if your job can be done by a robot or technology, you will be replaced.
Only governments can stop the progress.
I'd love to see a robot try to find an Orion stop in a peak season load!!
Isn't it ironic that as our population grows the advances in technology reduces the number of jobs?
Technological singularity is going to turn this world upside down. Even if we never reach it, economic and social collapse seem inevitable the closer we get to it.
Lots of people smarter than me seem to think it's coming, they just can't agree on when.
The Industrial Revolution had an even bigger effect.
Robots are coming to almost every field that involves labor.
The bigger question/dilemma, is how do we (as a society) deal with it?
good riddance! most people dont want to work stupid mundane jobs anyways. when the robots take over, and technological unemployment increases, then we will have push back against capitalism; a system which increasingly fails to deliver a decent standard of living.
One of the world's biggest fast food chains is replacing workers with machines
I'm waiting for the day that we can elect robots to run the gov't .
Finally we will have something in office that will not always be thinking about their next election and actually do the job .
why is a troll like you worried about working ?
I'd love to see UPS make driver helper robots. Should be interesting.
ur one to talk. the conservatives on here spend more time making smart ass remarks than debating the issues
a robot doing government work?
debate what? The guy you keep quoting is not here to debate us.
How's the basement?
Parents treating you well?
no they wont buy him a robot
Ex-CEO of McDonald's: $15 Minimum Wage 'To Cause Job Loss ... Like You’re Not Going to Believe' - Breitbart
Former McDonald’s CEO Ed Rensi appeared on Fox Business Network and warned progressive groups against $15 per hour minimum-wage hikes.
“I was at the National Restaurant Show yesterday and if you look at the robotic devices that are coming into the restaurant industry — it’s cheaper to buy a $35,000 robotic arm than it is to hire an employee who’s inefficient [while] making $15 an hour bagging French fries,” Rensi said Tuesday.
“It’s nonsense and it’s very destructive and it’s inflationary and it’s going to cause a job loss across this country like you’re not going to believe,” Rensi added.
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