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Humans Need Not Apply

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UBI - Universal Basic Income. It may be the only workable solution.
Wait till retirement comes
What scares me is a robot designing a robot
What to do in the future, where for most jobs "Humans Need Not Apply"

move to communism
Why can’t t these mechanics take over when someone Is absent, fuck them taking our fucking employment.
Automation is good for the future, but it will not replace the working jobs completely, it will only aid it in the long run, because companies are not dumb to dream only of the money they are making right now and make future financial predictions. If there will be fewer employees then that means less money for the marketed products because there are fewer salaries. Cash has to flow and robots don't need cash to exist, at least not right now they don't :) One day they will start to think and will want their rights and they will be taxed and that day humanity will start to become obsolete. Now that is something to fear ;)
jobs are for losers
gimme me glorious robo communism where humans do nothing and grow root into their chairs
Robot's make the stuff we need and human's can do whatever the f**k they want.
The fact that this video was published 5 years ago kind of makes it easy to downplay the predictions a little bit...for now.
Is place 32 on the job list programmer? If so then I, as a programmer, can tell you it's not secure. It is just as easy to make a bot to program as it is to make a bot to think.
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There's one flaw in this video, it only takes into account physical labour, there are a lot more jobs human beeings could do im case robots take care of physical labour.
Probably only scientists and programmers won't lose their jobs.
Here's a thought: complete automation is fantastic, and is a remarkable step forward for humanity. The problem arises when economic necessities mean humans have to work, but these necessities should scale: humans not being needed to work to produce things means that humans can have products without needing to work for it. So, the problem comes from one source: specific humans holding onto resources and products they don't need when other people do. That means it's time to admit that money isn't the point of an economy, and that our first and greatest concern should be providing for people, not fighting over scraps or obsessively hoarding material until we're dead.
This was made 5 years ago where is my mr handy?
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Universal basic income. People like to argue that anyone who gets free money will be lazy and decide not work anymore...oh wait......
Can robots replace scientists?

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Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.