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Thread: Robots to replace humans in all work within 120 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zvrk9 View Post
    Many of simple repetitive manufacturing jobs are already gone in Japan/Germany/Korea and starting to disappear in China, USA and other countries. Truck and taxi driving jobs are likely to all but disappear in 20+ years. Same is predicted for accounting and fast food industry. Any repetitive jobs can easily be programmed and automated.
    I agree that the jobs where academic thinking is required and where human touch is needed will still need real people to do them.

    At work, we are already using a lot of machines to do the job for us, they help us do the job faster and more efficiently. Computers store the information well in the system. Say if there is a fire or some other accidents in the office, the system of the company will still have the information saved. We need to do a backup of the information we put in the system from time to time to prevent a sudden shut down of the system due to things like power cut or something. Machines can break down, and humans will still be needed to sort out issues when those things happen.
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    For work? Androids and robots would replace us outright. But its probably the best interest of the world for this to happen in the future

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    There's always more questions than answers. Who needs to work yet who wants to work? Is manuel labor just for the poor? Robitics has the potential to answer more question than were ready for answer.

    The technology continues to evolve, as will our collective understanding of the economic implications. Indeed, we highlight some of the limitations of our analysis and scenarios, and areas for further research.

    The report builds on our previous research on labor markets, incomes, skills, and the expanding range of models of work, including the gig economy, as well as the potential impacts on the global economy of digitization, automation, robotics, and artificial intelligence.

    The facts speak about more than maids and butlers.






    Scientists at the Allen Institute have used machine learning to train computers to see parts of the cell the human eye cannot easily distinguish.


    A deep neural network running on an ordinary desktop computer is interpreting highly technical data related to national security as well as and sometimes better than — today's best automated methods or even human experts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlos View Post
    My God, arrive soon
    I look forward to it as well, I don't think it will be the apocalyptic scenario, that skeptics view it as.

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    Having the insights of the price of a divided society and the how each continues to add to the inequality offer some interesting possibilities.
    Each specific question challenges the answers that seem to wonder that something define could or would make it all alright.

    I quess after it been all said and done that feasibility of hate may not have been programmed yet.

    Thanks for sharing I hope the need to understand can help us all to be Beyond Reality's hopes and balance.
    Robots are guarding our shores the systematic attacks that focus the drone's missions from hell.

    Yet the targets continue to change the landscape.
    The Robots that replace the maids and the butlers seems a bit another tool kit speaking from the devil of his of her promised of ever lasting fire and chills.

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    I don't think, robots will ever replace humans in reality. We have one thing that is more powerful than any other thing in the universe. Consciousness and Organic/Natural intelligence.

    No robot or machine can outsmart humans in these two aspects. They might become clever than humans but not smarter than humans. Machines and robots works on algorithms written by humans. I don't believe these algorithms have the efficiency to think and act naturally like humans.

    Not even in the far future, machines will ever surpass humans.

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