Photos by Shelly Palmer, Robot Restaurant and Nightclub
As we saw in early sci-fi movies, the robots became independent and attempted to take over the world. In Japan, robots replace workers in the factories and are beginning to enter into businesses as the first Robot Cabaret opened in Tokyo and China tossed out their ancient ways with their first Robot Restaurant.
The Robots are guided by surgeon’s hands in operating rooms, self-guided cars don’t require drivers and more.
With so many great advances in science and medicine, we can expect and must prepare for lifestyle changes.
One Artificial Intelligence, AI, authority is Shelly Palmer, CEO of The Palmer Group, a strategic advisory and technology solutions with special emphasis on machine learning and data-driven decision-making.
Shelly says, “To change your world, AI does not need to replace humans — it just needs to displace you. Start asking, ‘Can AI displace me?’”
According to Shelly Palmer, you must become the “Amazon” of your chosen field. First, invent the future. You must try to see the world as it will become. How much time are you willing to invest in yourself to protect your posterity? To be “Amazoned” is a new verb percolating up from Dante’s Fourth Circle of Hell. Don’t let it happen to you.
Shelly Palmer stated: First, we should define “robots” as technologies, such as machine learning algorithms running on purpose-built computer platforms that have been trained to perform tasks that currently require humans to perform.
1.) If your main job function is taking a number from one box in Excel and putting it in another box in Excel and writing a narrative about how the number got from place to place, robots are knocking at your door.
2.) Machines can take so much cost out of any sales process (request for proposal, quotation, order and fulfillment system), it is the fiduciary responsibility of your CEO and the board to hire robots. You’re fighting gravity… get out!
3.) Writing is tough. But not report writing. Machines can be taught to read data, pattern match images or video, or analyze almost any kind of research materials and create a very readable (or announceable) writing. You know that great American novel you’ve been planning to write? Start now, before the machines take a creative writing class.
4.) Data processing probably created more jobs than it eliminated, but machine learning-based accountants and bookkeepers will be so much better than their human counterparts, you’re going to want to use the machines. Robo-accounting is in its infancy, but it’s awesome at dealing with accounts payable and receivable, inventory control, auditing and several other accounting functions that humans used to be needed to do.
5.) Doctors: This may be one of the only guaranteed positive outcomes of robots’ taking human jobs. The current world population of 7.3 billion is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030, 9.7 billion in 2050 and 11.2 billion in 2100, according to a new UN DESA (United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs) report. In practice, if everyone who ever wanted to be a doctor became one, we still would not have enough doctors. www.thepalmergroup.com
Ref: https://www.shellypalmer. com/2017/05/stop-saying-ai-cantreplace-humans?utm_ source=Daily%20Email&utm_ medium=email &utm_ campaign=170514
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