One very interesting aspect of computer science is the rapid pace the field is progressing with. Just think about they way habits have changed in only the last few years. With that in mind I watched a video discussing the revolution of robots and it’s really thought provoking. I definitely think it’s worth 15 minutes of your time.
The video focuses on the topic of robots’ rapidly increasing usefulness through human society, discussing how automation will lead a future where “humans need not apply,” in regards to their occupations. It’s concluded that 45% of the workforce could be replaced by bots (the figure during the Great Depression was 25%), which includes professional, white-collar, and low-skill occupations.
What do you think?