How To Plan Now For Tomorrow’s Robotic Workforce

In 1984’s The Terminator, humankind is imperiled when the Skynet computer network—created by the menacingly named Cyberdyne Systems—becomes “self-aware” and turns against its makers. This July, a Japanese company also called Cyberdyne unveiled a brand-new line of artificial intelligence–aided robots. The wheeled automatons are set to be deployed as cleaners and porters in Tokyo’s Haneda Airport. For now, they’re hardly a threat to humanity—unless, of course, you happen to be a cleaner or porter put out of work. Related: Yes, Robots Really Are Going To Take Your Job And End The American Dream Robots Might Take Your Job, But Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Worry Put Away Your Fears of Artificial Intelligence. “Assistive Intelligence” Is The Future. Can We Design Trust Between Humans And Artificial Intelligence? Recent months have been rife…


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