Changes that happen slowly are changes nonetheless, and a decade-long shift in over-the-road trucking from human drivers to robotic ones will have important consequences.
Eli Lehrer made a series of assertions in an opinion [...]
Multiple organizations, ranging from USA Today to Fortune, are reporting that Microsoft founder Bill Gates endorsed taxrobots most fundamental statement -“When a robot takes a human being’s job, transfer the human’s tax burden to the robot: tax the robot.”
The Washington Post recently published two articles that effectively illustrate the double edged sword of advanced robotics. Ruchir Sharma’s December 2 opinion piece affirming that “Robots won’t kill the workforce …” conveniently, misses more than half of the issue by showing only the wealth production aspects of robotics.