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The Age of the Machines

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Adeniji Kayode
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Re: Robots can't replace humans
Adeniji Kayode   4/2/2014 4:58:19 PM
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@wasqasAltaf, You Re right om that but then robot would still lead to reduced man power on the job and increase joblessness.

Douglas Alexander
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Re: Robots can't replace humans
Douglas Alexander   4/2/2014 10:35:56 AM
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@WaqasAltaf, What you say, may be true, but that is the goal and each effort or advancement that moves in that direction, will replace some level of human endeavor. Hence, some finite number of jobs will be sacrificed on the alters of technology.

WaqasAltaf
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Robots can't replace humans
WaqasAltaf   4/2/2014 8:20:19 AM
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Robots cannot replace human beings whether how fast the technology is, because robots need human assistance to perform tasks, without instructions they are dumb where as human beings have born talent which doesnot need any instructions but just an opportunity. Considering other facrors, it is difficult to handle robots as compared to humans.



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