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    Nope. What I do is too complex and situational. Maybe in a few centuries, but even then, extremely unlikely
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    Nope. The robots wouldn't put in the hours!
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    Mmm, kind of, but not effectively. I work for my University's Advancement Office. I used to make phone calls to Alumni, now I supervise the callers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daenera View Post
    Have you seen I,Robot?(it raises some similar questions among others)
    That movie should be categorized as a horror film, as it depicts the horror of our future.

    Except in our future, the robots that take over are going to look like this:


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    Hmm, I'm a translator and an interpreter. Computers can already do basic translations, but they don't do them well. They are getting better though. I'd say if you just want a rough translation, you can already get that, but who would want to sign a million dollar contract translated by a machine? And so far machine's don't get humor, cultural references or social context either.
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    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Something like 40% of all jobs are at risk of robot takeover in the next 20 years. I think those are the figures, there's an article about it somewhere. I think it'll be another 10-20 years before my job goes the same way. I think it's a great idea, robots have had it too good foor too long, it's time they started carrying their weight around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post
    The nuts and bolts paper work and case analysis could be done by software, but acquiring clients and building relationships (what I really do) could never be done by a machine.
    Not even a super intelligent, charismatic android from the future?

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    No, my job could not be replaced by a robot. But companies like mine try to turn their employees into the highly-advanced robots. And they do stupid things like trying to inspire loyalty in their employees with things like employee volleyball games (our company is a fun place to work!), or by doling out little rewards like "employee of the week."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    No, my job could not be replaced by a robot. But companies like mine try to turn their employees into the highly-advanced robots. And they do stupid things like trying to inspire loyalty in their employees with things like employee volleyball games (our company is a fun place to work!), or by doling out little rewards like "employee of the week."
    My company does regular cookouts/luncheons to show their appreciation, yet can't find the money to give anyone raises. They also have a softball team which they had tried to recruit me to play with.

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