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Could robots actually replace us?

medic robot!

medic robot!

Let me ask you a question, and then, give me your coment about that, will do mine first… of course. Fell free to write your ideas.

Could robots actually take our jobs? Could they actually replace us?

Yeah, and they already replace us in many things, like on a car industry, where the robots really do the hard work, and in others niches too…

But, i was sure that only this kind of robots could substitute us, in that kind of work… the hard mindless work.

I was wrong thou…

Recently, British scientists create a “scientist robot”.

Yeah, you didn’t read wrong. They made a scientist robot. And they will replace the laboratory’s scientists maybe in 10 or 15 years.

The robot works fine and can make 1000 research per day. The costs are high to produce this kind of robot yet, but it is just matter of time.  In the nearly future, this scientist robot will actually worth the costs.

Yeah… do we will have any job in the future that the robots won’t be able to do? I guess not.

Maybe, they should work hard to build a “political robot” first to, at least, steal the human job that really don’t do nothing at all. And the “political robots” won’t do anything to get profit to themselves, only for the good of human kind… completely the opposite that political humans (are they humans at all?) actually do… and always will… unfortunately.

So, political ROBOTS PLEASE! Maybe they could do a better politic than the human could… and let the humans (the really ones) keep their jobs!!!

Cumps

April 3, 2009 Posted by | economics news, politics | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Politicians+Market X The Crisis! All Bets Are On!

London, UK

London, UK

The politicians at the G20 summit, taking place at London, UK, debates over solutions for the hardest crisis since 1929. As usual, the unbeaten flag of “feeding the market more money” has already made the record agree of 1TN dollars recovery package.

According to Gordon Brown, Prime Minister of United Kingdom and host of the summit, “This is the day that the world came together to fight back against the global recession, not with words but with a plan for global recovery and reform and with a clear timetable.”

Surprisingly as it may see, not even the ghost of an unprecedented global recession has the power to make (some) people think. Is that really the answer? Recovering and feeding an dead system based on greed (the force whitin all corporations) and fear (the only and truly gas of the stock market), that has made over the years more victims than any natural disaster, will prevent other crisis to happen in the next 15, 20 years?

Although the global leaders have to solve as soon as possible the consequences of the crisis (wich have already reached almost every country with bankruptcy and record unemployment) , looking only to its consequences and forgetting and forgiven (again) it causes wont make a better horizon to the world’s economy.

To make the market more and more strong, and its corporations more and more powerful and free, has proved itself as the fastest and securest way to disaster, now presented on a global scale.

Now, that they are undoubtedly responses for a crisis so “bad ass” that they are also becoming victims, we decide that the right thing to do is to punish them with even more money than they have lost and made others lose.

Don’t take me the wrong way. The recovery pack is absolutely necessary, but we can´t, once the world’s safe again, forgetting all about the causes of all economic crisis over the years: the greed of the corporations and the lack of attitude of ourselves.

As Lula, Brazilian president, said, the world is now paying for the sins of the “white, blue-eyed people” and that has been true for, at least, the last 4 centuries. For how long we will be consuming and participating of this unbelievable mess without thinking?

April 3, 2009 Posted by | economics news, politics | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment