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Human will lose their jobs due by robot?

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#21 by proadco » Sat Feb 13, 2016 20:57

Once again I ask.

Which year in high school did you drop out.
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#22 by sweetpie3000 » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:02

I am high school graduate. I am been listening Alex jones, Michael savage, art bell over 25 years.
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#23 by proadco » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:06

davidbugs wrote: I am high school graduate. I am been listening Alex jones, Michael savage, art bell over 25 years.

No no David. I told you 2 years ago, you didn't graduate.

You whine and cry too much to have graduated.

You are a freebie seeker.

A penny banger.

No ambition.
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#24 by Charez » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:21

davidbugs wrote: I am high school graduate. I am been listening Alex jones, Michael savage, art bell over 25 years.

You have such a horrible english, you can't make any sentence without grammar/vocabular errors, usually when an American doesn't write his native language properly it is because lack of education. Also you said Europe is a country and a triangle has 4 sides, You remember this ? Sorry you didn't graduate. We don't believe your story. :lol:
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#25 by tasman1 » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:22

Never forget ....consumer society is today game,,,,, robots can not buy and just 200 people can crash world economy and all politicians [ doing nothing ] , so simple and it is under our nose . For solution we look far , far , far and we do not use what is in front of us . So strange ,why we fight same every time in history , revolution , terorist , boycot , protest , etc .All rubish that is not working and never will , Solution is simple ,OPPOSITE , will tell you when times come
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#26 by allys12 » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:28

here we go again with the nonsense . yes humans are loosing there jobs due to the lack of operations and money. but i do not believe that robots are going to take over.
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#27 by momof2grls » Sat Feb 13, 2016 21:46

Omg why did I even take the time to read this. ;)
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#28 by valerie » Sat Feb 13, 2016 22:07

Please follow the rules. Name calling, vulgar words, are NOT allowed.
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#29 by sweetpie3000 » Sat Feb 13, 2016 22:50

Ally it's better safe than sorry. Remember Ross Perot said all USA job will ship our jobs oversea. Now it's coming true.

Alex jones said human jobs will be replace by robot. In 10 years from now. Alex jones is correct most robot are taking our jobs.

I am trying warn everyone. Our future enemy will be the robots.
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#30 by valerie » Sat Feb 13, 2016 22:57

It's an interesting topic and I think its one that most of us here, may not ever know the answer.

I'd like to think that robots will never be first place in the world because they are only as smart
as people make them to be. Unfortunately, when it gets right down to it, people are not the least
bit smart.

If people were smart, there wouldn't be the argument there is in this topic. If people were smart,
there wouldn't be cussing and name calling. If people were smart, there wouldn't be racism, starvation,
child abuse, murder, and so on.

People are animals. When it gets right down to it, many animals outside of the human race, have
more morality and compassion than people.

In regards to over-population, lack of resources/food, I don't think that is the case and I don't think
it ever has been the case and I don't think it will ever be the case. There is a lot of land out there, an
enormous amount. There is tons of resources and with science, there are more and more ways being
invented to turn the non consumable, into consumables. The problem I see in this arena is simply
all the work involved in order to provide these resources to the needy. But it is happening, there is
help being provided and hopefully some day, humans will stomp out starvation.

Even if we dramatically reduce disease, there is most probable always going to be natural disasters.
I don't see over population of humans, ever happening. I don't think the world will last long enough
for it to be over populated with humans.
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#31 by Sarge25 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 13:51

BouldRake wrote: I've spent most of today looking for a bug that after about eight hours work, turned out to be a dickhead lying.

I do not believe robots will replace us until we get people who can at least be honest in their bug reports.

I have spoken.

I think someone missed your little bit of vulgarity. :lol:
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#32 by BouldRake » Sun Feb 14, 2016 14:10

They definitely didn't miss it on the bug tracker. That was a tad more colourful, and a tad less PG-13.
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#33 by Sarge25 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 14:23

BouldRake wrote: They definitely didn't miss it on the bug tracker. That was a tad more colourful, and a tad less PG-13.

:o :shock: I can just imagine!
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#34 by tasman1 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 20:02

Sooner or later, it seems, robots will have staged a takeover not only of our workplaces, and streets, but also of our homes. What then?....Divorce [ eh , not bad , like it
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#35 by BouldRake » Sun Feb 14, 2016 20:09

tasman1 wrote: Sooner or later, it seems, robots will have staged a takeover not only of our workplaces, and streets, but also of our homes. What then?....Divorce [ eh , not bad , like it

That might be sooner than you think. The so called "internet of things" has comically broken security. Spend some time on the tech sites, and when you've stopped laughing, realise they're already putting this in people's homes and wallets.

The first "rise of the machines" stage one is here - it requires petty criminals to work today, in a years time, it'll be able to rely on minor bugs. You don't need to reach the Terminator before it starts biting you on the arse.

That's before we even mention surveillance on the internet...
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#36 by lotoole » Mon Feb 15, 2016 14:20

As far as robots taking over human jobs, that may be a minor problem in the advancement of artificial intelligence. According to Stephen Hawking (renown, brilliant physicist in case anyone has been living off the grid for the past 40 years), the field of artificial intelligence is progressing so fast that robots could possibly think for themselves within our lifetimes. If they are capable of independent thought, they could repair, create and improve themselves. They would be capable of quantum leaps in intelligence. They might reach a point where they decide that people are . . . well, just in the way and a nuisance.
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#37 by BouldRake » Mon Feb 15, 2016 14:51

Quote:If they are capable of independent thought, they could repair, create and improve themselves

Self-modifying code - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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#38 by stephen001 » Mon Feb 15, 2016 15:10

its called progress people, since the first tractor or spinning loom jobs have been disappearing, if it wasn,t for progress we would not be chatting like this now. or earning pennies from the comfort of my own home on the WORLD WIDE WEB.
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#39 by BouldRake » Mon Feb 15, 2016 15:19

We also wouldn't be replacing the natural world with concrete boxes, or using remote control planes to bomb innocent people.

To reverse Sir Peter Brian Medawar, we take the benefactions of science for granted, and wring our hands over it's miscarriages. We are cheered up by the virtual abolition of poliomyelitis, but not proportionally dismayed by air pollution.
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#40 by Charez » Mon Feb 15, 2016 15:37

lotoole wrote: As far as robots taking over human jobs, that may be a minor problem in the advancement of artificial intelligence. According to Stephen Hawking (renown, brilliant physicist in case anyone has been living off the grid for the past 40 years), the field of artificial intelligence is progressing so fast that robots could possibly think for themselves within our lifetimes. If they are capable of independent thought, they could repair, create and improve themselves. They would be capable of quantum leaps in intelligence. They might reach a point where they decide that people are . . . well, just in the way and a nuisance.


Most highly developped robots with artificial intelligence are programmed to improve themselves. The astrophysicist Stephen Hawking has warned against the development of artificial intelligence. In an interview with the BBC, he said that this type of technology could evolve rapidly and exceed the humanity.
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