Robo-food Sunday

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If you’re reading this, it’s very likely that, within your lifetime, you’re going to see a revolution in robotics. In many ways, this technological revolution will be a very good thing for humanity, but in some ways, it will be a very bad thing.

As noted recently at Bugout.news, there is little question that the Age of Robotics will make life easier for humans, make companies more efficient and profitable, and advance certain technologies beyond anything we can comprehend today.

“But in the process,” the site added, “these advances will mean massive job losses and, in fact, many jobs that exist today will at some point in the future become obsolete.”

Indeed, we are already seeing this transition taking place, and not so ironically, humans themselves are largely responsible for it.

@ NATURALNEWS

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16 Responses to Robo-food Sunday

  1. jimhitchcock says:

    If only Gene Roddenberry’s glimpse of the future became reality:)

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  2. Den says:

    Too many idiots impeding the flow of progress to allow a United Federation of Planets right now.
    GMO’s fed to us by autonomous machines,
    Soylent Green not far away?

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  3. Den says:

    My feet and legs are killing me, forcing them back to work after a long painful winter, ouch!
    More beer!

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  4. º¿carol says:

    Den, you forgot my advice: when you get stung by a bee, wasp, mosquito…put a dab of mouthwash on it right away. Gone the next day.

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  5. º¿carol says:

    Jim, your story about your childhood friend, Phil. Did anyone else die in the accident, or get hurt? Charlene?

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    • jimhitchcock says:

      Phil was tossed out and pinned under the truck, made it as far as hospital from what I learned. Charlene and John (the driver) were okay. Just one of those things.

      On a cheerier note, the overlord that is facebook connected me today with a great friend from my younger days, Brian Gillies. He called me and yakked and caught up over 2 1/2 hours. I’m not that
      much of a yakker, but this was fun.

      Eventually, though, I really had to give into the need to pee. The end.

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  6. º¿carol says:

    Doc, I made a ham today. You said you had Navy Bean Soup, I’ll be making bean soup with today’s ham eventually. Mmmm…..

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  7. David B. Benson says:

    Beat the snow shower to the Hillside Cafe.

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  8. Den says:

    I am taking the bull by the horns eating chili for dinner.

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  9. David B. Benson says:

    Nippy out, brrr.

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  10. David B. Benson says:

    I would post a link to something about AlphaGo but too hard on this mobile device.

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