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This is why .gov wants a reset.
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Post: #16
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:47 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:37 PM)
Maybe. But still no humans needed to make the parts, or put it together. That's a lot of jobs.

Yah and just in the fabrication. Now imagine that the entire production was de-centralized and people's jobs were finding gigs with other people to design, then print out components and finally assemble them all.

That's where manufacturing is going, not large corporations with robotic factories but individuals all collaborating and using technology to cut out the corporate middle man.

And a whole lot of workers left out of the scrum and no living wages to fill their bellies.

I agree that the technology has a lot of good sides, but at the same time it will destroy the entire model of enterprise that civilization and society is built on and worships like a sacred cow.

I remember seeing a commercial last year that was for a technology company that works on AI systems. They were interviewing a scientist, that was bragging about how the new AI testing system the company created, was amazing for science, because it could run thousands of tests in seconds.

She was smiling and happy about it, but I had to wonder, if many thousands of tests are now being done in seconds, what happened to all the technicians that were needed to perform all those tests? I bet they are not smiling and thinking it is wonderful.

And that is going to be par for the course in the future, on one hand for technology and certain individuals it will be a wonderful new world, for the masses who are going to be rendered obsolete, it won't be so wonderful at all.

Unless of course their is a fundamental change in humanity and they decide to pay the "useless eaters" to live.
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Post: #17
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
Perhaps it's not about perceptions as much as it is about projections...

The professionals do it all the time!

[Image: BrilliantDazzlingAbyssiniancat-small.gif]

chuckle

David Hockney tells quite a history about it too...

And here's a blast from the past that people looked forward to in times of trouble.





https://youtu.be/MZQnCiUqQ3Y

Hey, Ridley, you got any Beeman's?
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RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:06 AM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (11-21-2020 11:47 PM)
Yah and just in the fabrication. Now imagine that the entire production was de-centralized and people's jobs were finding gigs with other people to design, then print out components and finally assemble them all.

That's where manufacturing is going, not large corporations with robotic factories but individuals all collaborating and using technology to cut out the corporate middle man.

And a whole lot of workers left out of the scrum and no living wages to fill their bellies.

I agree that the technology has a lot of good sides, but at the same time it will destroy the entire model of enterprise that civilization and society is built on and worships like a sacred cow.

I remember seeing a commercial last year that was for a technology company that works on AI systems. They were interviewing a scientist, that was bragging about how the new AI testing system the company created, was amazing for science, because it could run thousands of tests in seconds.

She was smiling and happy about it, but I had to wonder, if many thousands of tests are now being done in seconds, what happened to all the technicians that were needed to perform all those tests? I bet they are not smiling and thinking it is wonderful.

And that is going to be par for the course in the future, on one hand for technology and certain individuals it will be a wonderful new world, for the masses who are going to be rendered obsolete, it won't be so wonderful at all.

Unless of course their is a fundamental change in humanity and they decide to pay the "useless eaters" to live.

That will be the great reset. With a little stipend for all who agree to be tracked.
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11-22-2020 12:13 AM

 




Post: #19
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
Ludikrus  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:10 AM)
Perhaps it's not about perceptions as much as it is about projections...

The professionals do it all the time!

link to image: https://thumbs.gfycat.com/BrilliantDazzl...-small.gif

chuckle

David Hockney tells quite a history about it too...

And here's a blast from the past that people looked forward to in times of trouble.





https://youtu.be/MZQnCiUqQ3Y

Well yeah, I can't help but taint it with my own preconceived (Christain) precepts. IE interpretation.

That said, I still don't like the level of *inside control* over me...
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Post: #20
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Jobless people can't buy the expensive stuff AI designs and builds. AI only solution is to get rid of jobless people and not use the resources to make cars for people.
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Post: #21
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:10 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:06 AM)
And a whole lot of workers left out of the scrum and no living wages to fill their bellies.

I agree that the technology has a lot of good sides, but at the same time it will destroy the entire model of enterprise that civilization and society is built on and worships like a sacred cow.

I remember seeing a commercial last year that was for a technology company that works on AI systems. They were interviewing a scientist, that was bragging about how the new AI testing system the company created, was amazing for science, because it could run thousands of tests in seconds.

She was smiling and happy about it, but I had to wonder, if many thousands of tests are now being done in seconds, what happened to all the technicians that were needed to perform all those tests? I bet they are not smiling and thinking it is wonderful.

And that is going to be par for the course in the future, on one hand for technology and certain individuals it will be a wonderful new world, for the masses who are going to be rendered obsolete, it won't be so wonderful at all.

Unless of course their is a fundamental change in humanity and they decide to pay the "useless eaters" to live.

That will be the great reset. With a little stipend for all who agree to be tracked.

No the great reset is when they start culling the "useless eaters" whether they are tracked or not. Congress had their panties in a twist about paying people an unemployment bonus, I just don't see them paying a stipend to those replaced out of the job market through automation; tracked or untracked.

Especially since everyone will be tracked agreement or not, stipend or not. The grid is being voluntarily built all around us.
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Post: #22
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I'm pretty sure the microchip control/tracking up the nose at the corner of the eye started quite a long time ago- 60's Nixon maybe.
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Post: #23
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:18 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:10 AM)
That will be the great reset. With a little stipend for all who agree to be tracked.

No the great reset is when they start culling the "useless eaters" whether they are tracked or not. Congress had their panties in a twist about paying people an unemployment bonus, I just don't see them paying a stipend to those replaced out of the job market through automation; tracked or untracked.

Especially since everyone will be tracked agreement or not, stipend or not. The grid is being voluntarily built all around us.

Maybe but nothing like a "reward" to agree to having no more privacy. And a social score system. That will make obedient citizens.
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RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:21 AM)
I'm pretty sure the microchip control/tracking up the nose at the corner of the eye started quite a long time ago- 60's Nixon maybe.

Plausible.
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Post: #25
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:23 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:18 AM)
No the great reset is when they start culling the "useless eaters" whether they are tracked or not. Congress had their panties in a twist about paying people an unemployment bonus, I just don't see them paying a stipend to those replaced out of the job market through automation; tracked or untracked.

Especially since everyone will be tracked agreement or not, stipend or not. The grid is being voluntarily built all around us.

Maybe but nothing like a "reward" to agree to having no more privacy. And a social score system. That will make obedient citizens.

Many of the younger generations don't care about privacy anymore, they never grew up with any. And many of the older generations willing give up their privacy for convenience. That is why I said it was being voluntarily built, the people are buying their own tools of big brother surveillance willingly.
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11-22-2020 12:32 AM

 




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RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/cognitivewo...7e08cb31f0

Will A.I. Put Lawyers Out Of Business?

What is the law but a series of algorithms? Codified instructions proscribing dos and don’ts—ifs and thens. Sounds a lot like computer programming, right? The legal system, on the other hand, is not as straightforward as coding. Just consider the complicated state of justice today, whether it be problems stemming from backlogged courts, overburdened public defenders, and swathes of defendants disproportionately accused of crimes.

So, can artificial intelligence help?

Very much so. Law firms are already using AI to more efficiently perform due diligence, conduct research and bill hours. But some expect the impact of AI to be much more transformational. It’s predicted AI will eliminate most paralegal and legal research positions within the next decade.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:24 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:21 AM)
I'm pretty sure the microchip control/tracking up the nose at the corner of the eye started quite a long time ago- 60's Nixon maybe.

Plausible.

Just look for the *lazy eye*
Once you notice... anyway the reptiles *own* us
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Post: #28
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:30 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:23 AM)
Maybe but nothing like a "reward" to agree to having no more privacy. And a social score system. That will make obedient citizens.

Many of the younger generations don't care about privacy anymore, they never grew up with any. And many of the older generations willing give up their privacy for convenience. That is why I said it was being voluntarily built, the people are buying their own tools of big brother surveillance willingly.

Oh, I get it. Yeah we are.
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Post: #29
RE: This is why .gov wants a reset.
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:24 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2020 12:21 AM)
I'm pretty sure the microchip control/tracking up the nose at the corner of the eye started quite a long time ago- 60's Nixon maybe.

Plausible.





https://youtu.be/jkzOY4NfMOA

And the cloning?!
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https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/26/robots-c...laims.html

Robots could take over 20 million jobs by 2030, study claims

Robots could take over 20 million manufacturing jobs around the world by 2030, economists claimed Wednesday.

According to a new study from Oxford Economics, within the next 11 years there could be 14 million robots put to work in China alone.

Economists analyzed long-term trends around the uptake of automation in the workplace, noting that the number of robots in use worldwide increased threefold over the past two decades to 2.25 million.

While researchers predicted the rise of robots will bring about benefits in terms of productivity and economic growth, they also acknowledged the drawbacks that were expected to arise simultaneously.

“As a result of robotization, tens of millions of jobs will be lost, especially in poorer local economies that rely on lower-skilled workers. This will therefore translate to an increase in income inequality,” the study’s authors said.
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