radomiq4 karma2014-05-28 01:09:58 UTC
That's too bad. I guess I'll have to go buy a TV antenna.
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radomiq2 karma2014-08-08 17:17:44 UTC
It seems like once robots and automation become advanced enough in the near future, there may be a dramatic change in the type of jobs and the number of jobs available to humans. For example, with driverless cars, there would no longer be a need for bus drivers, taxi drivers, and truck drivers. A service like Uber will also not survive in its present form.
Have you considered doing a show on what the global economy might look like in the future when this happens?
Do you think that it will result in a future like the one in Star Trek, where people will have their basic needs met by products produced inexpensively through automation and be able to pursue their interests with more leisure or do you think it will be more of a dystopia where the ones with control of the robots and manufacturing will gain power and control?
radomiq1 karma2014-08-08 17:48:20 UTC
Thank you for the book recommendation. I'll be sure to check it out. And thank you for answering my question.
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