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10 Ways Robots Will Change Manufacturing in the Next 5 Years

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MattieOdll
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Re: There are some pros and cons
MattieOdll   5/30/2018 6:13:02 AM
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I don't think that robots could replace intellectual staff like writers or school/college tutors. If any routine task like homework assignment is needed to be solved than ok, it's possible but to create an unique text you have to take a different approach. I can show you on my own experience how it works. I'm a college tutor and last month I was creating an open class dedicated to the poem "The Journey" by Mary Oliver. I was using a lot of sources like AnswerShark to combine it into one unique essay. Robots never can do that

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moonka   12/15/2017 7:22:17 AM
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This is the same basic system used in computer mice. These are the basic nuts and bolts of robotics

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moonka   12/15/2017 7:21:41 AM
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This is the same basic system used in computer mice. These are the basic nuts and bolts of robotics

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Embroidery Digitizing   12/6/2017 8:36:42 PM
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What if the robots will evolve and take over mankind :O ?  

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There are some pros and cons
pacjones   11/22/2017 7:53:25 AM
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There are controversial pros and cons for complete robotization of the manufacturing. For the employers and corporations, it gives an opportunity to cut the labor costs as you don't need to spend money for salaries. On the other hand, the expenses for quality control as a separate process, or for maintenance could be higher in some spheres than for a manpower. My personal opinion is that anything that moves the progress is a positive shift. But I' often hear some opinions and not so long ago read a sociology essay about the negative impact of the robotization. There were mainly the arguments about networking with people, but anyway, some comparisons were interesting to learn about 

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