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    My take,
    Pros: we have never had more for the work put in. This goes for the global population at large. We have the lowest poverty and starvations levels ever. We are going in the right direction. It was very few generations ago that my family hand cut wheat and hand flailed it just to try and store enough to eat.

    Cons: none

    Considerations:
    1we need to change the education system to have the population understand how and where things come from. Learn to create/design and improve. Learn why we don’t need so much crap, (someone mentioned 5000 different ear buds page one, exactly my point)
    2. Understand the importance of a nations self reliance where possible. All this “green” without considerations of the systems is insane IMO
    Stop making everything and import it until your broke? Invaded? Just a silly sentiment.

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    With regards to robotization, it is a moral that caution us against mass joblessness, absence of power over dynamic methods, and the alarming situation where the bots are more astute than people and start to speak with one another in manners tremendous to individuals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexashawn121 View Post
    With regards to robotization, it is a moral that caution us against mass joblessness, absence of power over dynamic methods, and the alarming situation where the bots are more astute than people and start to speak with one another in manners tremendous to individuals.
    Funny that, of all posters, you should mention "Bots" ....

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    With regards to computerization, it is a moral that cautions us against mass joblessness, absence of power over dynamic techniques, and the unnerving situation where the bots are more intelligent than people and start to speak with one another in manners vast to individuals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexashawn121 View Post
    with regards to computerization, it is a moral that cautions us against mass joblessness, absence of power over dynamic techniques, and the unnerving situation where the bots are more intelligent than people and start to speak with one another in manners vast to individuals.
    wtf ????????????????????????????/

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    Its a bot or whatnot.

    If you look, it has been banned for a few days.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    Its a bot or whatnot.

    If you look, it has been banned for a few days.
    right you are. thought it was thermites cousin at first, blatherskite

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgyver View Post
    right you are. thought it was thermites cousin at first, blatherskite
    Great word. I have to remember that one.

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    Sounds like the Nigerian prince who emailed me last week.

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    No doubt automation is surely good.

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    People are concerned that robots will take their jobs. There's no denying that in the last decade, robots and automation have taken over the transportation, logistics, and warehousing industries at breakneck speed.
    However, I believe that as long as a balance is maintained, there is nothing to be concerned about. For example, with India globalization, many cities now employ robots, which have proven to be a great help in complementing rather than replacing human labor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald67 View Post
    People are concerned that robots will take their jobs. There's no denying that in the last decade, robots and automation have taken over the transportation, logistics, and warehousing industries at breakneck speed.
    However, I believe that as long as a balance is maintained, there is nothing to be concerned about. For example, with India globalization, many cities now employ robots, which have proven to be a great help in complementing rather than replacing human labor.
    Spam,spam,spam,spam baked beans and spam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gobo View Post
    Spam,spam,spam,spam baked beans and spam.

    I have already banned the guy (or whatnot).
    I cannot edit the post in this board, so it is still here.

    So you felt the need to quote it?

    Come on fella's....


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