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Threat of Robot Warehouse Invasion Overblown

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michaelmaloney
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Re: Threat of Robot Warehouse invasion Overblown
michaelmaloney   10/9/2018 4:19:56 AM
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At the end of the day, human intervention will still prevail because not every single work process can be replaced with a robot or other forms of mechanics. Though human error can never be fully eliminated, this does not mean that technology does not produce glitches as well. There are times when system breakdowns can take place which only a human worker can intervene and perform the reconcilation of data. Perhaps the percentage of human workers is going to be lower than robots but the relevance of them is still very much available in the work market today.

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Threat of Robot Warehouse invasion Overblown
oldsvet3   1/26/2018 9:39:08 AM
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You said the robot's cost as much as Humans. But Robot's will show up every day No sick Day's????????????????????????????



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