Thanks for the memories slashdot. Truely.
The intelligent discussions seem to have disappeared. Best wishes.
I'm surprised you are not complaining that apple only has 1 mouse button
Fine; I will complain about the 1 mouse button. It's so abnormal. I feel like i'm wearing a mitten when I try to use their mice.
It frees them up to do more productive and valuable work. Someone's got to build and program those robots.
I don't know the last time you were at a McDonald's, but I don't see any of those workers taking up a class on robotics or embedded systems programming any time soon.
Maybe you mean it will open up eventual programming and repair jobs for their children? The replaced workers will just have to resort to society supporting them financially for the next few decades until they die off.
Americs has fallen behind in nearly every area. We are a stupid nation a lot of the time.
Mr. Trump, is that you?
the outcome should not be unexpected
And there is the problem. Have we sunk so low that it should be expected that our society will not be civil? The robot made it safely across canada and parts of europe. It spent a week with a heavy metal band, people respected it.
Two weeks in america and its defiled. Makes me emberrased.
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