recent discussion on "machine to replace the human" rampant, however, although the machine can be engaged in some tasks, but also the efficiency is higher than that of human, but human beings can meet the different needs of different users, users also want face-to-face intimate contact with people, this is the ability to do not have automation technology.
robots replace humans?
now, no matter where you go, you will hear about automation technology will replace the human discussion. Indeed, the technology industry is developing rapidly, and the media hype in the robot to replace human argument, but the technology can replace the human, does not mean that we always rush to this trend. In some cases, even if the technology can do very well, but we still want to deal with people face to face.
although the machine can carry out certain tasks, and the efficiency is higher than that of humans, but the machine is precisely the lack of artistic activity engaged in this activity, and this is precisely the human ability to cater to the needs of individual unique. An agreement may represent a method, but a person who is good at his job knows when to make adjustments and to understand the nuances of the machine.
specific impact depends on many factors
In the latest report, the
Obama government mentions the potential impact of artificial intelligence and automation technology on the economy, and analyses the problem from a policy perspective. The report said: "in the long run, whether artificial intelligence will lead to an increase in unemployment and social injustice, not only depends on the technology itself, but also with the relevant government agencies and policies." The report predicts that in the next 10 to 20 years, about 9% to 47% of the jobs will be affected by the impact of automation technology, such a large fluctuations in the real impact of artificial intelligence is still unknown for some time.
Many people think that the
entrepreneurial ecosystem, we constantly promote the technology reached the limit, just because we can do it, not because everyone thinks that it is a satisfactory method. The New York Times reported last week that a study by McKinsey found that while automation technology is gaining popularity, it is not as fast as we thought before. McKinsey analyst James Manyika (James Manyika) in an "New York Times" interview, said: "the impact of automation on employment trend, not by the technical feasibility and, although insiders often think so."
in the end, how much automation technology will affect us depends on a number of factors, such as whether we are eager to interact with others. Here we take the ATM automatic teller machine as an example to illustrate this point. ATM was developed in the 60s of the last century, in the year of 70s and in the popularity of the original, was considered to be able to replace the bank staff. But now it is 2017, most banks still need staff. Of course, we can take money anytime, anywhere, even if;