... First, industrial robots: there are now nearly 1 million units toiling in factories around the world. As for service robots -- which range from military bomb-disposal bots to home vacuum cleaners -- their number grew to about 5.5 million. All of which brings the world's robot population to 6.5 million...
robotsnoob wrote:However, would robots ever replace us of our jobs or even our world?
An economist who visits China under Mao Zedong sees hundreds of workers building a dam with shovels. He asks: “Why don't they use a mechanical digger?” “That would put people out of work,” replies the foreman. “Oh,” says the economist, “I thought you were making a dam. If it's jobs you want, take away their shovels and give them spoons.”
Johnny 5 wrote:robotsnoob wrote:However, would robots ever replace us of our jobs or even our world?
blitjian wrote:execute the very specific commands
blitjian wrote:they are just machines running commands that they run on.
better (as they rarely possess the human's knack of being distracted)? Just wondering though...blitjian wrote:commands that they run on
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