Horses were an important part of the workforce for hundreds of years, until they were quickly replaced by machines. Their value was no match for cars and tractors. Will this pattern repeat with humans and robots?
Most governments make a large portion of their money from taxing human workers. When a human job is taken by a robot, does it make sense that the robot should pay the government the same tax?
Robotics, drones, artificial intelligence and software advancements are developing quickly in the building industry. Sure, when the electric circular saw was invented, it might have reduced the need for some strong arms but the wave of products being developed now are out to replace workers. Continue reading “Robots that are taking construction jobs right now”