This is always thrown in there randomly and for some automation and especially at different times in history it's not that huge of a concern. But when Amazon's drones could seriously affect the number of drivers UPS, FedEx and the USPS need(not to mention the effects on brick and mortar retail employees), fast food companies are openly speaking about how they'd be forced to consider automated systems instead of paying higher wages for their service employees and who knows what all Google's moonshot could affect, we need to have serious discussions on how people will be provided for and will be able to provide for others in financial ways.
It may be the working poor low skill laborers being affected now, but it's only a matter of time before doctors and financial managers are the next rung being mused over in 'what do you actually do around here?' ways that software or hardware couldn't do better, more reliably or at the very least tirelessly.
Apologies in advance for poor grammar and ramblings. Those of you who've read my thoughts before know all too well my penchant for not stopping. I've read the GQ article which has caused so much frustration for so many people and it seems more than a litt...
As a postscript, the real-time visualization of typing that at least I first saw in Google Wave and has since been added back to a limited degree in Drive is something that heavily changes the way text-based communication if those participating in it are paying attention actively, as they can simply begin responding prior to the completion of a thought, very similar to verbalized speech. While it makes a transcript of such a conversation very difficult to reread later on, my experience with it is that the in-the-moment engagement is far greater than 'Tyler is typing' or the silence traditional text messaging on mobiles provides.
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