Robots make Robots and you won’t…

Coffee-iconNo More Humans: Foxconn Deploys 40,000 Robots In China
Thursday, October 13, 2016 5:21 AM – Foxconn has deployed 40,000 robots in its factories in mainland China as it aims to reduce the number of workers …

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Foxconn employs over a million people. Not for long…

Foxconn can produce 10,000 robots annually. By using robots to build more robots. I have been reading how robots and the AI is and are able to adapt and adjust themselves to changing conditions. What use to take days or weeks to change production lines and redo software, now can be done over night, by the AI. The AI learns as it runs the factory and adapts to changes faster and faster as time goes by…

These industrial robots teach each other new skills while we sleep… Interesting read…

Humans are becoming obsolete and it is growing exponentially…

I went into a McDonald’s today. Just to look around. Use to be six cashiers and now one cashier. The rest were electronic kiosks. Front employees were two, just two. One cashier and one gathering food. No one was using the human cashier and she stood there bored and her eyes were closed. Was it busy?

It was very busy and the kiosks had lines at all eight of them. These kiosks take only cards, such as in credit cards and or bank cards. These kiosks even have English as a language choice…

Lots of help in that back of the house and they still could not keep up with the flow of traffic. I decided to get a cheeseburger. I walked up to the half  asleep girl and ordered one cheeseburger here (один чизбургер здесь); she took my cash and in less than a minute I got my food. I ate it on the way home and realized that all those people in line are still waiting for the system to work and grind slowing along. In a McDonald’s, cheeseburger is fast and no issue. But! If I had used the kiosk, I would still be there…

imagesYes Russia the Third World Country ~Sarc~ has electronic everything all over the place in Moscow…

I am starting to miss the good ole days we use to live in…

WtR


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