I say well done. Let's advance our culture, our workforce instead of remaining stagnant. We have done nothing of significance since we shot a man into space. We have sat on our collective behinds and watched as the world has passed us by. I say more robots, more technology, and more time off for us.
...and by association, less money for the people whose jobs are getting eaten up by robots. Technological progress is nice, but it tends to **** on the little guys, you know?
Do you think this is mostly a good thing. I mean it is already happening but what's your take on it?
But the need for people to fill "high level jobs..." is much less than the number of people displaced by automation. What jobs do the rest do?What has happened is that the low level labor has mostly been taken over by machines. What that means to our workforce, is we need educated people to fill high level jobs.
Hypothetically, if the worlds workforce was robots, then people could still live in luxury because there would be plenty of everything to go around.