The New York Times has published a great article about robotics and how we are creating artificial intelligence and machine learning systems that we can’t control, that can only learn from experience.
They also have a great infographic that shows how the robots are changing the world.
Here is a snippet of what they wrote: “As the United States prepares to announce its plans for autonomous vehicles on Wednesday, the number of jobs in the automotive industry has fallen in the last year and a half by almost 10 percent.
That trend is not confined to the United Kingdom, where a record number of auto jobs have been lost over the last two decades.
Automakers in Germany, China and other emerging markets have also seen losses.
Automaker and parts supplier suppliers in those countries have had to close shop or cut jobs as well.”
The article is a great example of how robots are disrupting jobs and industries, and how technology is changing the way that people work.
If you are an employee or employer looking to get out of the office and take a break, this article will make you feel better.
If it’s your job to do it, I have no doubt that you will feel better as well.
Here are a few other good articles from the New York Post about robotics, artificial intelligence, and artificial intelligence.
“In this new era of artificial intelligence the world’s largest corporations are going to be forced to rethink their approach to how they are running their businesses.”
-Robotics is changing everything and, as we all know, the future is uncertain.
If there is one thing that the future has taught us, it’s that uncertainty is not a good thing.
“What makes robots different is that they are able to think in a way that humans cannot.”
-The Future of Work: The Science of Autonomous Robots in the 21st Century by the University of Toronto professor James B. Lattimer.
The article has some great insights into how we can think about robots in the future.
The main takeaway is that robots are not going to replace humans anytime soon.
It is only a matter of time before we reach a point where robots replace humans.
This article has a great section on the impact of robots on jobs.
“As robotics becomes more prevalent in the workplace, the impact on job-specific tasks will be more severe.
In some cases, a robotic assistant may be required to perform more of a job’s tasks and more frequently than a human, in order to meet the needs of the customer or manager.”
-A Look at Robots in an Automated Workplace by Paul L. C. Cripps, Ph.
D. (Harvard Business Review, April 2014).
The article talks about the challenges that robots will face and the potential for robots to have a major impact on the workforce.
“It is likely that robots have a greater impact on future work than humans in the near future, and that the role of humans in a robot’s work will be significantly diminished in the decades to come.”
-How Robots Will Change Work in the Next 50 Years: A Path Toward Autonomy, Jobs, and the Future by Steven J. Hargis, Ph,D.
The authors talk about how robots will change work in the coming years and how this could affect the workforce, businesses, and society.
“Robots will take over jobs in areas like manufacturing, healthcare, and retail, and they will be able to do so faster than humans.”
-What robots mean to your career: The Future of Robotics and Human-Robot Collaboration by Michael A. Pascual, Ph.,D.
Pascual and Pascua, the co-founders of Robotics Business Intelligence (RBI), discuss the importance of robotic technologies in the workforce and the implications for the workplace.
“The advent of robot assistants will allow us to achieve better, faster, and more cost-effective work.”
-“Rethinking the workplace: A new approach to robots” by David M. Lees, Ph D.
Lees talks about how the future of work will look like, and what it means for you.
“One of the biggest problems facing humanity today is the rising costs of human labor.
We can’t afford to continue to operate as we are, and many people have already begun to see the futility of the situation.
Robots are an easy way to solve this problem.
Robots can perform tasks that we humans simply cannot do, such as cleaning a room or working in an assembly line.”
-Is Your Job Really Worth the Investment?: Robots in Your Job: The Case for Robots in Human-Machine Collaboration, by John R. Smith, PhD. “If robots are a new reality, and a major contributor to the economy, the job market will shrink and jobs will be lost.”
-Do Robots Affect Your Job?
The Case Against Robots in Manufacturing, by J. Scott Cramer, Phd.
“When robots replace our labor force, jobs will