Robots Taking Over Human Jobs

Robots taking over? This is so true. From the article, “Nine Jobs that Humans May Lose to Robots,” written by Judith Aquino, robots are going to be taking over the many jobs that once were accomplished by humans. “By 2013 there will be 1.2 million industrial robots working worldwide — that’s one robot for every 5,000 people, according to Marshall Brain, founder of How Stuff Works and author of Robotic Nation” (Judith Aquino). The problem with all of this is it is 2013, and the robots are going to emerge very soon. Robots to not get bored at jobs, they do not complain, and they are smarter than the human brain. Many jobs that were once only done by humans, such as journalism, babysitting, and lawyers, will be achieved by these robots. From the new, different, and better software that comes out each year, the robot has more intelligence than a human. The only problem is that would robots have common sense, and the intuition that we humans do? Would they be able to feel emotion, and actually have senses? Only the future will tell in time.

From these new robots taking over these human jobs, yes, they will be able to do a better job at some of these jobs, but doesn’t one want to know, when will we see these robots? Well, some already have been used, such as robots that go on planets that we cannot reach, robots that are used to secure and rescue people such as going into war and finding weapons. Maybe robots are going to be the better of the future? Robots do not have emotion, and with no emotion, how can you survive and not have intuition? Think about it.

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