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One of the greatest fears as technology 4 Stories Of a Technology Apocalypse: What Would You Do? 4 Stories Of a Technology Apocalypse: What Would You Do? In 2018, a major terrorist threat - the likes of which the world has never seen before - killed power around the world. Here you'll find four stories about how people coped with the technology... Read More ┬ábecomes more and more impressive is machines moving in and taking all the jobs What Jobs Did the Most Famous CEOs Hold When They Were Young? What Jobs Did the Most Famous CEOs Hold When They Were Young? Read More ┬áthat are currently done by humans. A machine can work 24 hours a day, and after an initial investment, doesn’t require a weekly paycheck.

Is your job safe, or are the machines coming to take it? Take a look at the inforgraphic below for a fascinating look at the future of the workplace as the machines rise up.

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  1. Ed
    December 22, 2015 at 11:52 pm

    I find it hard to believe that 'air traffic controllers' are more likely to be replaced than 'actors'.

    Firstly Air traffic control should already be automated... and it mostly is. People just read the information and relay it to pilots enter new information etc.

    Who wants to see robotic actors? They're a long way off from mimicking human behaviour... and really i don't see it being cost effective... A robot pretending to be a human will always cost more than just a human... as it can't do the job any better or any faster...

  2. fcd76218
    December 19, 2015 at 2:52 pm

    In regards to the timeline:
    It was KAREL Capek, not his distant cousin Josef, who coined the term 'robot' in his novel R.U.R.

    In Slavic languages, 'robota' means 'work', not 'forced labor.'

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