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AI Transforms Supply Chain Activities

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nathandavidson   10/17/2018 12:50:56 AM
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You know just thinking about what could possibly have been the motivation behind AI and all of these automated robotics brings me to the conclusion that people are just SO LAZY. Haha! I think that all of this effort and work put in to create something that can do that jobs that humans have been "happily" carrying out themselves is just for the sake of not wanting to do it themselves anymore!

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Hpprintersupport4   6/6/2018 12:30:05 PM
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