Gerald (Jerry) Zezas

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The Unintended Consequences of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics

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When machines begin to do more of our jobs, the production centers of the world will move to whichever country has the most of those machines. This could mean that the United States, a global leader in robotics and AI technology, could, once again, become a manufacturing center.

The irony is that we will become a manufacturing center again, but that manufacturing will require fewer jobs than ever before. So “jobs” will no longer be going to China and India. They will be coming back to the US.

But the jobs will be for robots, not people.

Thoughts?

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