4 thoughts on “12 Jobs Robots Are Taking Over The Fastest

  1. Roomba says:

    A Former Clickhole Writer Made a ‘Content Bot’ That Will Probably Become My Boss
    It’s already won a comedy competition and is currently applying to be Poet Laureate for the city of Redmond, Washington. https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/wjxmzx/former-clickhole-writer-content-botnik-jamie-brew-bob-mankoff-ai-robot-take-my-job Bob Mankoff, Botnik’s co-founder, is the current humor editor at Esquire and former cartoon editor of The New Yorker. And you may recognize Brew as the former head writer of Clickhole, the Onion’s clickbait parody website. Botnik is part of the Amazon Accelerator Program, which offered grants to startups whose technology can ultimately improve Amazon’s smart speaker assistant, Alexa.

  2. Lumpyproletariat says:

    Amazon uses more than 100,000 robots to pick and carry products around its vast warehouses but the man in charge of technology at the company’s robotics division describes the machines’ limitations in terms of “common sense”, as illustrated by an incident involving popcorn butter. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/amazon-robots-butter-spillage-confusion-automation-jeff-bezos-a8389271.html
    In April, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said that advancements in artificial intelligence and robotics pose similar problems to those experienced during the Industrial Revolution and could lead to a rise of Marxism. He said: “The benefits, from a worker’s perspective, from the first industrial revolution, which began in the latter half of the 18th century, were not felt fully in productivity and wages until the latter half of the 19th century. “If you substitute platforms for textile mills, machine learning for steam engines, Twitter for the telegraph, you have exactly the same dynamics as existed 150 years ago – when Karl Marx was scribbling the Communist Manifesto.”

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