The rise of the ChiefBot. Wes Mountain/The Conversation, CC BY-ND Alan Finkel, Office of the Chief Scientist By now, you’ve probably been warned that a robot is coming for your job. But rather than repeat the warning, I’ve decided to throw down a challenge: man against machine. First, I’ll imagine the best possible robot version of […]

via Finkel’s Law: robots won’t replace us because we still need that human touch — The Logical Place

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