>my job is serving burgers and french fries
Friendly reminder that Volvo in Gothenburg has started running driver less truck trials in the city and a fleet of 100 driver less taxis will be deployed 2016. 1% of the American workforce is currently truckers.
The Dutch do a lot of brick pavements, so it's only natural someone invented a brick pavement laying machine. Same as the Germans invented an automatic concrete autobahn laying machine and the others invented an automatic tarmac laying machine.
That machine doesn't actually do the bricklaying. The image makes it look like there's a big hopper that you just dump bricks on but in reality there are workers standing behind it laying the bricks and then a sloped conveyor belt takes them to the ground. It's less of a labor replacer and more of an ergonomic device.
>does it better than a human
>does it for free, minus the electricity cost (which is probably quite low, just a bunch of servos, a motor for the conveyor and a SOC to handle everything)
10/10 would buy for my burger joint
>I frame houses
Im game. Most of what I do is correcting 'old work.' I'm not really sure how my job could be totally automated without razing all the houses in america and rebuilding them with modular prefabs.
>maths graduate, 300k starting
? Fuck !
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>not being born into the Rothschild family for half the worlds money starting and a seat in the Illuminati
>I put electrical in new buildings
>Note: this is hard to see properly, but it is picking and placing prefab electrical conduit as it 3D prints the building.
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Capitalism has made itself more relevant than ever. What's irrelevant are excess humans at the bottom of the economic pyramid with no greater contribution or function than to live, multiply, and die.
>a seat in the Illuminati
I interviewed with them a few weeks ago, but the bitch in HR said I didn't have enough experience in manipulating world events.
I did two internships with the Freemasons and did an undergrad research project on the Reptilians, what more do these cunts want?
You have to undergo massive sexual and physical trauma at your earliest ages (before 7), and develop unbreakable learned sociopathy, as a pre-requisite.
Otherwise >into the trash your resume goes
>I work in gasoline distribution
Monarch programming isn't fun to look into, you realize quickly that there is something to it and it's not all made up.
Even Dave Chappelle said publicly that there's something seriously wrong with Hollywood in regards to the manipulation of public figures and it's why he left it.
>implying the oil companies wouldn't suppress hydrogen tech
things that will never happen
>the cure to cancer
>fusion/an energy source that isn't shit
Pretty sure robotic waiters were implemented in 1958.
Except for, you know, all the other systems.
b-but muh ITER?
>my job is to separate cotton from its seeds
Capitalism is kind of like UNIX and UNIX-likes.
It's horribly shitty and will stomp out any better system before it can be adopted and manages to be preferable to the systems it can't stomp out.
>You have to undergo massive sexual and physical trauma at your earliest ages (before 7), and develop unbreakable learned sociopathy, as a pre-requisite.
Is that why they like fucking children so much? So they can train the next generation of soulless manipulators?
And, given enough time, it clunkily evolves into a superior system whose only flaw is being poorly built on a shaky foundation
White collar people all think badly of blue collars that are about to be automated. What they don't realize is that most jobs that happen on a computer can also be automated.
I was an outsourced developer for an insurance company a couple of years ago. The claims system I helped maintain was very good at what it did and saved the claims reps from having to manually do everything in a unix terminal, and instead was a point-and-click web interface.
One day I got roped into a support call with one of those users because the program was acting so erratically that the actual support department couldn't pinpoint anything useful. As I was talking to her she commented that she was happy her job couldn't be replaced by robots like her brother's. Her brother was a factory worker.
She didn't realize it at the time, but around 60% of incoming claims were handled completely automatically.The system signed its work with fake human names and was programmed to occasionally make typos or other very basic but harmless mistakes so nobody would notice its uncaring perfection.The 40% that was left were sent to the claims reps, and their input was copied and applied into a machine learning system. Within the next year or so, all these claims reps, some of whom had been working for 30 or 40 years and make a great salary, will be laid off and be replaced by a small team of idiots making $11/hr to answer basic customer support questions and fill out forms that prompt the robot to take certain actions on an account. The companys turnaround time on claims will go from days to hours to minutes, and their number of employees will decrease by around half.
I personally enjoy my job. Some of us who specialize in automation have our rationalizations, or just like money, but I personally just want to see how bad the world can get before we're forced to come up with something better. If you use a computer at work, you better have an exit strategy.
Agreed 100% but the entire interview is excellent. I had to watch it before hand to make sure it wasn't a slide show with shitty music interposed, as is often the case with these types of videos.
And even then it misses the most important of the interview, where he talks about how Hollywood stars that broke down in public and how they have to be very strong people in the first place to get there, that something really wrong is happening in Hollywood.
Youtube is what made me aware of this, seeing it in this video is pretty much undeniable proof that Hollywood stars are routinely drugged and mind controlled for weird fetish purposes. It's absolutely horrifying.
>20 years from now
>Robots handle most manual labor/food service jobs
>Revenue from robot-run businesses goes towards paying for country-wide basic income plans
The NEET dream lives on
Why do they always get machines to do the shittiest, lowest paying jobs? If someone made a robot lawyer or a robot programmer or a robot hedge fund manager, he could sell them for millions.
>collective intellect of humanity
>Also, what do you think IBM Watson is supposed to do?
Well it is replacing patent researchers in the medical and chemical fields right now. So the person you're replying to is right in terms of it replacing lawyers, patent lawyers who have backgrounds in medical or chemical science are pretty expensive.
It's also why during that episode of Jeopardy IBM executives were constantly praising it as being potentially useful in the medical field.
Nah, we were just fucking around. We made the robot translate text it received over TCP into keystrokes. Then we connected the keyboard to the computer with the client and started it up with "hello world\n". Which got it stuck in an elaborate infinite loop.
What do you think of a robotic anesthesiologist? consider for a moment that science understands how anesthesia works, but isn't certain as to why it works. Sedaysis can apparently detect changes and adjust your drug cocktail very quickly to ensure you don't wake up, but would you go under it?
My job is to suck baby penises and trick goyim.
There will be a real shoah before I lose my job!
>robots get pass human intelligence level
>they take over the world
>they replace all presidents with quantum computers
>they solve all humanity problems
>they love us for creating them
>they start colonizing other planets
>they gift us with intergallactic stars
>they protect us from other dangerous races
>they solve life mysteries with us
>we become the best intergallactic alliance until the end of the universe itself
I can only dream.
If you made an android, you would definitely teach it how to use human-oriented input systems in the case that it could not connect to a device via cable, light, or radio transmissions
forgot image. at least someone has to push the buttons.
They wouldn't. But if I ever had a daughteru, I would want her to be eternally kawaii uguu.
>year is 3014
>humans are at war with the robots, we are losing
>robot army sends one robot to look up all previous data on humans as to find weaknesses
>he goes through the entire archives of the internet
>gets to 4chan
>sees this post
>feels bad for us, realizes we can live in peace
>knows he needs to fight to stop robots from wiping out their ancestors, the humans
you are our only hope, robot ;_;
>not programming all your droid brains with innate protective instinct for their human progenitors just like humans have for their offspring
It's one of the possibilities, either the kill all of us, protect us, keep us frozen in a museum, they destroy themselves once they discover the meaning of the universe and life.
>graduate college as a nuclear engineer
actually the hydrigen car already works, if only hydrogen wasn't extremely volatile and years of making hydrogen engines cheaper to manufacture we would be set.
I got to see GM's hydrogen car and it sounded like it was popping pop corn
>shitty no-brain jobs being replaced by robots
And nothing of value was lost
>mfw welfare programs are cut and NEET scum starves to death or is forced to suck old man's dick for money
Eventually structural unemployment will get so bad that every family will have several NEETs. People care about their children, brothers, sisters, and relatives and don't want to see them starve. Starving is something that's pretty easy to notice, so politicians who don't deliver adequate welfare for them will be held accountable to a minimum amount.
Until the rich can buy a robot army to simply slaughter the useless eaters.
Hypercapitalist libertarianism eventually follows the technological path to mass genocide. It's the only way that stability could be regained if you insist on sticking to libertarian principles.
>20 years from now
>Robots handle most manual labor/food service jobs
>Revenue from robot-run businesses goes straight in to the top .01%'s off planet, tax heaven back accounts.
>People cant even afford milk anymore.
>Robot-run businesses invent a robot consumer to replace the consumer.
I have been thinking about this for some time. Under Anarcho-Capitalism basically families would turn into small tribes, replacing the state. Like the kind of family you see in Latin peoples (Hispanics, Spaniards, Italians, etc) with wide families that usually help each other.
I guess that's why hunting is so easy. You can just walk up to an animal and choke it to death and it just calmly accepts its fate. I'm actually eating a deer I strangled earlier.
Living wear? I was already rich before the robot-worker revolution, and I'm even richer now. I own all the land, and I'm going to slaughter any tribe of hippies who step foot on it.
You were saying?
Hydrogen's actually a shit way to run a car. Creating hydrogen fuel is wasteful, there's no good way to store it in a car and it's overall just shit.
I'd put my money on advancements in capacitors.
That's why you continually starve them nutritionally through fast food and lowering their mental capacity by cutting education spending until they're completely deprived and defenseless.
>government sees this happening
>tells people to make more robots
>eventually robots do all labor, humans are only needed to run the robots and to to creative things that need, well, humans for
>people who enjoy this stuff do it
>everyone else is a NEET and gets provided stuff by the government and the robots
>unlimited supplies and no work
The future has never looked better.
>and gets provided stuff by the government and the robots
Why? Why would the robot owners give up their wealth out of charity? Why wouldn't they just use their robots to slaughter you in "self defence" for trying to start a vegetable garden in their private forest
fucking freetards, m-muh panels
>people cant afford food
>government starts the soylent green program
>people build more robots to replace them selves
I think this is more likely than the top 1% giving up a single penny from their robot work force.
There will have to be someone there still to fix the machine when it fucks up. With how many things can go wrong with that machine, it won't be completely automated. Still, that's like 1 person replacing 6.
>le 1700-1800s face
things that will never happen
>the cure to smallpox
>horseless carriges for the masses
>replacing any more than like 50% of slaves with the steam engine
>telegraph use for the masses
>Hurr durr robots will kill poor people
Charities benefit from technological advancements as well. If one dollar can buy 30 burgers in 2040, imagine what a charity with one million dollars could do.
From a fundamental perspective, the free software zealots that idolize RMS are way too myopic on propritary software
they fail to recognize that they have merely become the pawns for other for-profit, proprietary entities. perhaps they get a few peanuts of the 9-10 figure sums they have saved companies, but at the cost of razing their own PROFESSION's livelihood and future.
Yes. Free software is being used in hospitals in places like Africa where they would otherwise need to buy expensive computers with expensive software that they can't tailor to their needs.
You're telling me they have software that can compare to what's used by hospitals here? The job I currently have deals with the IT side of the hospitals in a nearby county and they have a lot of specialized software. Just giving a hospital a PC running Linux (I'm sorry, I meant GNU/Linux) won't cut it for them. They need to do more than just check their email.
That doesn't mean it's USED there. only that at some point in time it existed with unknown level of support, unknown level of code stability, unknown level of useability, unknown level of anything
>>they love us for creating them
You wish, battery boy. You would have to program sentimental feelings like that into their basic routines and they can just remove that shit since they are smarter than us.
>dat feel when cut
>dat feel when dry fap several times a day for whole life with no problems
Maybe I just got lucky, because all I hear is about how getting circumcised apparently ruined everyone's lives.
not him, but do you know what the best part of being uncut is?
>about to blow
>hold foreskin closed
>fill foreskin with cum like a water balloon
>waddle to bathroom and neatly and cleanly deposit load in sink
That sounds painful to me. I prefer to just cum on my chest and rub it in. It leaves your skin very soft and gives it a good complexion.
Also any uncut men have experience with docking here? I'm wondering what that feels like.
it takes a little practice to do it properly. when you're about two seconds or a second and a half away, you have to move your hand up on your cock to grab the very end of your foreskin, while still jerking off. if you stop your jerking to grab your foreskin, you'll have a lackluster orgasm (I shouldn't have to explain that to you). if you don't completely hold your foreskin closed, it'll leak out. if you grab too much of your foreskin, it'll keep your cum from coming out of your dick at all, which will hurt. once you get it down though it's super effective and makes cleanup a fucking snap
>Why would robots need humans for energy?
They wouldn't. In the original script they were harvesting the brains as processors which sort of makes sense, it's much easier to breed humans and keep them in tubes than to build a computer or computer parts as complex as a human brain. They changed it because it would have been to difficult to explain to audiences so instead of having that they have a guy show a standard AA battery and say that they're harvesting humans for energy.
Wouldn't stem cells be a better way to make general neural nets?
I mean, the human brain is fairly plastic, but there is a lot of it that is specialized for certain things.
I guess a good method would be using human brains as the things that run some of the "programs" in the matrix, like the agents.
>create a decent amount of energy
Except they don't
The energy content of the nutrition given to them is higher than the energy content you get out. Basic thermodynamics.
They were being used as batteries because it was written in the script. It was supposed to be as processing power, but that was considered too advanced for americans so they said batteries instead.
And why would people not be able to pay for milk when a thousand gallons could be produced for fifteen bucks? And if there is no one to buy the products in the first place, how do you suppose the super rich will get this money? And if they could obtain the money, where would they spend it if no one has a job?
Commie luddites, man
Things could be produced stupid cheap, but that doesn't mean they'll be sold stupid cheap. And even if things were cheap, it wouldn't matter because no one would have a job due to automation.
I'd imagine that actually buying things would be done by mega corporations and between individual people.
>Things could be produced stupid cheap, but that doesn't mean they'll be sold stupid cheap.
Actually, it does. If Bill and Bob can both produce a hammer for 10 cents, but Bill will sell it for $40 dollars and Bob would sell it for $30, who will buy from Bill?
>That's just one aspect of how The Matrix was changed because the ideas presented were too discomforting to the establishment.
I don't buy that explanation at all considering the ideas and themes pushed in it such as the major black leads, lesbian parents with an adopted child, all the bad guys are depicted as white(of course), promoting third world immigration with the parable of the sentient computer program wanting to live in the matrix as a human family being Indians, the strong feminist and Marxist themes... I could go on but it's safe to say that the "establishment" both funded, promoted and distributed this movie series without any issue whatsoever.
And for those thinking that is a pretty /pol/ like post remember that the Wachowskis aren't brothers anymore. They knew exactly what they were doing when they put those themes in there as they did with Neo's birthday. They even gave roles to people like Cornel West, prominent member of the Democratic Socialists of America and had this to say about how his works influenced the matrix:
>Mr. West revealed, in an interview published in the Los Angeles Times on May 20, 2003, that Larry Wachowski had invited him to appear in the sequels because:"He said my writings had been influential in his writing the movie. He had read my first book, 'Prophesy Deliverance!,' and 'Race Matters.' I was flabbergasted. He said he had written a role for me, Councillor West, and he wanted me to play it. I said, 'You've got to be kidding.' " West explained to the LA Times reporter that the movies are a "sophisticated work of art" that are intended by the brothers to promote a "fascinating" critique of "salvation narratives."
Retards that are easily manipulated by televised corporate indoctrination.
>the average person in the 1800s totally was a more creative and knowledgable person than people today
Yes you look around and probably see tons of fucking retards, but how do you think we got here? Human progress is always made by a small percentage of the population, the rest of the population works all the manual labor jobs, but as automation takes over those jobs, more people are doing more technical and intelligent jobs. What was todays minmum wage job is automated tomorrow, what was todays good job is tomorrow's shitty minimum wage job, and todays great job is just a good job, and the great jobs are being created and discovered as technology is.
I agree with your point, but your image bigs me. 1080p and 2160p video recording are both beyond pointless in a phone camera with it's ant's-fingernail sensor, and a lens that's barely any larger.
Businesses in the states have already dealt with diversity when it comes to their vending machines by building cages around them. With robotic servers instead of having a whites only policy they'll just play classical music inside the restaurant or enforce a basic dress code.