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What is one job in which robots or computers could never replace humans?


 

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Best Answer John Connor (connorj) says

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    Jackie S (littlething) 2 years ago

    I've seen some of the virtual universities. They're pretty impressive. One job that surprised me in terms of robots/computers is food service. Many restaurants now have it where you order from a tablet at the table. Great answer!


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    John Connor (connorj) 2 years ago

    I am afraid driverless cars are already on our roads in North America; maybe even other continents...


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    Nateerrr 2 years ago

    Though keep in mind that the computer Watson (as seen crushing the competition on Jeopardy) is being developed as a medical platform to surpass the abilities of human doctors. Its aptitude for medicine should not be underestimated.


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    John Connor (connorj) 2 years ago

    Your statement is a wise one; although believe it or not banks in North America are undergoing significant "machinification," teller positions are becoming kiosks not unlike airlines and cashiers...

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    John Connor (connorj) 2 years ago

    No worries; the machines will be limited...

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    Jackie S (littlething) 2 years ago

    I have to disagree with you on the entertainment point. Virtual actors are rising in popularity. I can see your point in storytelling and psychology though. Great answer.

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