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artix111 t1_jdq1zzm wrote

I think robotics will follow faster than we originally thought.


Lirdon t1_jdq687s wrote

perhaps, but its integration into buisness will be slower than AI. robots need to be manufactured in units, and distributed, they might replace menial labour, but it will be that individual robotic units replace several humans, but not all of them, like an installation of AI can do with office workers.


Whole-Impression-709 t1_jdqd786 wrote

Business is already at max throttle automating anything that can be automated. I am in factory automation and our current project reduces manpower from 7 to 3 on an agricultural process.

Let's not forget how willing management is to tip the apple cart, if they get to keep more apples to themselves. They will view white collar the same way they view blue collar: an expense to be minimized.


race2tb t1_jds0rbr wrote

My guess is the AI will speed it up many times with simulations and iterations across the entire structure of the robots and the robot as a whole.