I don't think it's the question whether it should, but more when it will. As it already has replaced so many jobs that used to be done manually. The trend will continue, sadly. It's the soft skills jobs that will be the jobs for future generations. Even programmers will be soon replaced by self coding machines.
If this happens, unemployment issues will be worse than ever before.
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 12 months ago
The Age of Technology brings opportunities for those who have STEM (science, technology, engineeriing and mathematics) skills. 1. What about people who want to work @ fast food restaurants or retail stores?2. What impact does automated kiosks have on fast food and retail...
by SpanStar 8 years ago
It my sound science fiction now but look at all we take for grant today that's controlled by a computer chip, Cars, Airplanes, Ships, Missils, Credit Cards, Toys and the list goes on.Japan has at least 2 interesting robots. Asimo,- walking robot like a butler. Saya-that looks human actually...
by skylergreene 6 years ago
Do you think machines will ever replace humans as workers?
by Hillary 8 years ago
Happy Groundhog's Day Hubbers! Did you know that PETA wants to replace Punxsutawney Phil, Groundhog Day's beloved mascot, with a ROBOT claiming that the star of the February 2nd tradition is being exploited! What do you think?!!
by Simon Cook 13 months ago
How will automation impact the labor force?Technology is rapidly changing. Robots are replacing manual labor. Driverless trucks will replace the need for drivers. Bots will be used in all industries to replace routine work done by humans. How will this impact the labor force and society in general?
by IDONO 4 years ago
Do you think Fallon will replace Leno as well as Leno replaced Carson?Leno had one hard pair of shoes to fill and did a good job of it. But I'm not so sure if Jimmy Fallon can do the same. What do you think?
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