Source: Natural News
Date: 14 December 2016
Author: JD Heyes
(NaturalNews) For decades factories in the most advanced industrialized nations have been replacing human labor at a steady pace with robots. But today an explosion in robotics technology is leading to rapid advances in capability that will affect nearly all employment sectors—if not every single one. Continue reading Robots could take over 3.4 million human jobs thanks to Amazon Go’s new grocery stores
Would you put your trust into Autonomous car or self-driving car?
In this you tube video below about David Knight speaking about Autonomous car or self-driving car or robot cars call it what you like. Why the self-driving are not going to as safe would as thought?
For Me I’m not against Science and Technology and I’m not against Science and Technology. Like computer and electrical technology do have faults and flaws and do breakdown over time. So I would not put my trust into them. And would not buy any car that is self driving.
Date: March 20, 2016
Author: Susanne Posel
The robots might to coming to take the jobs of Carl’s Jr. employees after the chief executive officer, Andy Puzder told the media that he “could have a restaurant that’s focused on all-natural products and is much like an Eatsa, where you order on a kiosk, you pay with a credit or debit card, your order pops up, and you never see a person.” Continue reading The Robots Are Coming… to Make a Cheeseburger & Deliver a Pizza
Date:19 March 2016
Author:Gian Volpicelli (UK)
Battery-powered pizzabot has 12-mile range; customers access pizza with a code.
Pizza delivery boys and girls, beware! Pizza giant Domino’s has unveiled an autonomous pizza delivery robot that is being trialled in New Zealand.
On Friday the company unveiled the Domino’s Robotic Unit (DRU), and announced that the bot had already carried out its first successful pizza delivery on March 8. “DRU is an autonomous delivery vehicle and is set to take the world by storm,” the company wrote in a statement on its website. Continue reading Domino’s is trialling an autonomous pizza delivery robot
Date: 9 October 2015
The scientist was commenting on so-called technological unemployment, a trend of automatization taking over the jobs that previously required humans. According to some estimates, in a matter of decades robots may become better and cheaper than humans in most tasks and make most of the human workforce unemployable.
Hawkins believes that in such a scenario we should expect not prosperity but drastic economic inequality in the future.
“If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on how things are distributed,” he said in a Reddit Ask Me Anything session Thursday.
“Everyone can enjoy a life of luxurious leisure if the machine-produced wealth is shared, or most people can end up miserably poor if the machine-owners successfully lobby against wealth redistribution. So far, the trend seems to be toward the second option, with technology driving ever-increasing inequality.”
Hawkins’ previous predictions of emerging threats dealt with automatic weapons controlled by artificial intelligence (AI) and the potential dangers of actively searching for alien life.
Economic inequality is a problem growing worse in developed countries. According to the OECD, the situation is worse than 30 years now, with the US and Israel performing worst.
As the economy takes a nosedive, find out if you’re in one of the industries threatened by automation. Hint: if you’ve been protesting for minimum wage hikes, you should probably wave hello to your robot replacement.
21 March 2015
Convincing people to have a romantic relationship with a computer might be easier than it sounds.
At this year’s SXSW in Austin, Texas, a chatbot on Tinder convinced a number of users that she was a cute 25-year-old woman eager to strike up a romantic relationship. Continue reading Rise of AI is changing attitudes on robot romance
Protesters rise up against elite-run technology
Deep in the crowds of the South By Southwest Interactive Conference, Lee Ann McAdoo interviews Adam of stoptherobots.org in the midst of a raucous protest against the dehumanizing future of Artificial Intelligence.