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10 jobs destined for robots


The robots are coming, and they want our jobs, InformationWeek reports. That’s progress. In the 20th century, they wanted our women. Actually, the robots don’t want all of our jobs. They’re said to be capable of competing for about 47% of them, at least in the US, given current technological expectations. So only half of us will need to retrain. The other option is to join the Resistance. Who knew The Terminator was an employment double entendre? The other half of us should get used to being lonely on the job, which may evolve into making sure our mechanized colleagues don’t malfunction or do something unexpected. Small consolation though it may be, if you’re the last human on the factory floor, you won’t need to worry about turning out the lights when you leave. That’s the sort of task robots do very well…

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