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    Tessa Gray
    A world full of robots
    4 February
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Wow, this is almost scary as much as it is WOW!

    Again, what does this mean for our kids in the future? When we talk about robots and A.I supporting us/helping us as humans, we're also going to need to talk about the implications of jobs loses? What happens when computers can process logic and algorithmic processes much more efficiently than we can (accounting) and what happens to manual labour jobs in the workforce when robots can do this...

    Is this all going to creep up on us, or do we have a handle on this do you think?

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