Humans Need Not Apply

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## Robots, Etc:

Terex Port automation: www.terex.com/port-solutions/e...

Command | Cat MieStar System.: www.catminestarsystem.com/capa...

Bosch Automotive Technology: www.bosch-automotivetechnology...

Atlas Update: www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD6Ok...

Kiva Systems: www.kivasystems.com

PhantomX running Phoenix code: www.youtube.com/watch?v=rAeQn...

iRobot, Do You: www.youtube.com/watch?v=da-5U...

New pharmacy robot at QEHB: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ql1Z...

Briggo Coffee Experience: vimeo.com/77993254

John Deere Autosteer ITEC Pro 2010. In use while cultivating: www.youtube.com/watch?v=VAPfI...

The Duel: Timo Boll vs. KUKA Robot: www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIIJM...

Baxter with the Power of Intera 3: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DKR_p...

Baxter Research Robot SDK 1.0: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgQLz...

Baxter the Bartender: www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeTs9...

Online Cash Registers Touch-Screen EPOS System Demonstration: www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yA22...

Self-Service Check in: www.youtube.com/watch?v=OafuI...

Robot to play Flappy Bird: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kHkMa...

e-david from University of Konstanz, Germany: vimeo.com/68859229

Sedasys: www.sedasys.com/

Empty Car Convoy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPTIXl...

Clever robots for crops: www.crops-robots.eu/index.php?...

Autonomously folding a pile of 5 previously-unseen towels: www.youtube.com/watch?v=gy5g3...

LS3 Follow Tight: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNUeS...

Robotic Handling material: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pT3Xo...

Caterpillar automation project: www.catminestarsystem.com/arti...

Universal Robots has reinvented industrial robotics: www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQj-1...

Introducing WildCat: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE3fm...

The Human Brain Project - Video Overview: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JqMpG...

This Robot Is Changing How We Cure Diseases: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra0e9...

Jeopardy! - Watson Game 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDA-7...

What Will You Do With Watson?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_cqB...

## Other Credits

Mandelbrot set: www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGMRB...

Moore's law graph: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PPT...

Apple II 1977: www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxJwy...

Beer Robot Fail m2803: www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4Lb_...

All Wales Ambulance Promotional Video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=658ai...

Clyde Robinson: www.flickr.com/photos/crobj/4...

Time lapse Painting - Monster Spa: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ED14i...

Music: Melodica Demo by Kevin McCloud, CC-BY

Ummæli

  • CGP Grey
    CGP Grey4 mánuðum síðan

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  • Jaan is a qt

    Jaan is a qt

    9 dögum síðan

    Hello

  • Alex Monks

    Alex Monks

    11 dögum síðan

    Grey, what is your opinion on Universal Basic income. Can you make a video on I please?

  • Ana Lisa Melojete

    Ana Lisa Melojete

    Mánuði síðan

    Please, make an update on this topic.

  • J3on_Xook

    J3on_Xook

    Mánuði síðan

    Uh

  • Steve McQ

    Steve McQ

    Mánuði síðan

    The rule to avoid a jobless future where people are in basic support like in The Expanse is: Machines, AI and automation are meant to help us, not replace us. * A machine should not replace a human, every self-driving car should have a human driver and the driving job spread evenly between human/machine * Every drone delivering packages should work alongside a human delivering packages. * Every robot picking up trash or sweeping streets should have a human companion doing half the work the machine does. This is how you keep a workforce and quality of life without destroying your society.

  • Kamran Hussain
    Kamran Hussain11 klukkustundum síðan

    Eventually, robots will be able to own businesses, and everyone will be pushed out of work

  • Incomplete River
    Incomplete RiverDegi Síðan síðan

    “They were so caught up on if they could, that they never stopped to think if they should”

  • B
    BDegi Síðan síðan

    The problem arises that if more and more peoples jobs are lost there are less and less people to actually buy that things that these companies make, forcing them to close and even more people to lose their jobs. This is the worst case scenario and if we don’t do something about it it could lead to near 100% unemployment and something akin to an apocalypse

  • R3B0X
    R3B0X2 dögum síðan

    So basically, Humans will just sit around at home doing nothing? That’s already happening without the bots.

  • Matteo Pascali
    Matteo Pascali2 dögum síðan

    Horses will always be useful because horses meat is delicius

  • Jacob .Sherman
    Jacob .Sherman3 dögum síðan

    A note on automating creative jobs from an aspiring creative: Yes, certain kinds of creative media are being automated and more so will be in the future. Maybe this will be fine for when the media is needed, like for a commercial, but the entire point of *art* is that it is a form of creative expression, of communication, from another fellow human, from a tihnking, feeling, sentient being with passions, hopes, dreams, fears, wisdom, life experiences, beliefs, opinions. Automating art defeats the purpose of art, unless your said automation is done by an AI that is so complex and sentient it is essentially a person anyway. In which case it might want things people want, like money and freedom. I also think some forms of art, such as filmmaking and animation, are to complex for anything other than a person-AI to make in its entirety, though algorithms could assist in many aspects of creation. I find absolutely no value in a piece of media created by an algorithm. That's not art, just a simulation of it. It's literally pointless. Humans communicating their thoughts and emotions to one another through artistic expression has been and always will be vital. Of course, companies looking to make a profit and people who don't care about art and just want some mindless entertainment might not care about whether the media produced and consumed is actually art, not to mention the creative work needed for the marketing industry.

  • Demonetize Bot
    Demonetize Bot4 dögum síðan

    And this was 6 years ago?!!?

  • Meftu1472
    Meftu14724 dögum síðan

    5:46 visible german confusion

  • UsedPaperGames
    UsedPaperGames4 dögum síðan

    the only job that will be left will the be the job to make the bots

  • Tuesday's Art

    Tuesday's Art

    3 dögum síðan

    Bold of you to assume they won't come up with a bot which builds the other bots.

  • Louis Young
    Louis Young4 dögum síðan

    13:12 - 13:17 Food for thought... 😐

  • Lightning Gaming
    Lightning Gaming5 dögum síðan

    You guys do realize how Horses aren't as intelligent as people plus we can always can adapt

  • gregory shecklefucker
    gregory shecklefucker5 dögum síðan

    We need an update

  • Lorenzo Bandini
    Lorenzo Bandini5 dögum síðan

    Well, do humans really need to work at this point?

  • Connor R. Hunter
    Connor R. Hunter7 dögum síðan

    Surely art and performance can't be done by robots? They're such inherently human fields

  • Dean J
    Dean J7 dögum síðan

    Horse don't have jobs, they have forced labor just like any other slave. Don't pretend to be so ignorant.

  • Artour Babiev
    Artour Babiev8 dögum síðan

    Update *Atlas* can dance own self now

  • Marilyn Rivera
    Marilyn Rivera8 dögum síðan

    I'm very uncomfortable now

  • Harrison Millar
    Harrison Millar8 dögum síðan

    well now I'm scared that I might be redundant once I graduate Uni to go into genetic engineering

  • Pikaspoop
    Pikaspoop8 dögum síðan

    I wonder if someone invents a currency that generates through specific actions in lets say, a video game. We might end up living in a virtual world for sustenance to pay for products manufactured by automation. That could be a scary or exciting thought depending on your outlook.

  • Tuesday's Art

    Tuesday's Art

    3 dögum síðan

    Isn't that just Ready Player One?

  • ThatDarkCloset
    ThatDarkCloset9 dögum síðan

    Me: *cuddling my flags and vexilolography dreams* Me: oh no

  • Casey Toivenon
    Casey Toivenon10 dögum síðan

    Autobots rule!

  • Emanuele Kunkler
    Emanuele Kunkler10 dögum síðan

    The solution for around 60% the problems in this video is kinda study economics beacuse especially the final part about the great depression is a bit dum and I'm sorry to say this beacuse i truly appriciate this channel. I would like to point out a series of inccorect things 1 the fact that 45% of the works force is at risk of automation Will not mean 45% unemployment. This videos answer to the "new jobs" argument was essencially that robots will eventually be able to do everything humans can do but the situation where only that 45% is automated is closer to the automation of farming for exemple than to that extreme situation and so it suggests that the enemplyment rate will behave like we saw in the past. 2 the argument that this time is different seems very similar to the blue emeralds thought experiment. It's true that we cannot prove that emeralds will not all become blue tomorrow but there's nothing currently showing that that will be the case. Unless you believe that we are on the way to create copies of the human brain that are for our porpuses completly identical to them 3 as long as robot will have a single skill that humans are better at the entire job market will still work as it as always done so if total automation comes it's not so close and until it's total it's just purly positive with no unemployment attached 4 we must not ignore that there exists a possibility that as robots become more similar to humans they will have human like needs and in that case the creation of a new one of those robots will be just like increasing the population that maltusian errors have taught us mostly does not cause unemployment or shortages To rup things up total automation should be our only worry and even of not impossible it requires robots that do everything useful humans do whitout the needs humans have

  • Puff the Magic dragon
    Puff the Magic dragon11 dögum síðan

    If the robots take everyone’s job then there will be no one to buy what the robots produce.

  • Adil Javid
    Adil Javid11 dögum síðan

    I was amazed that this was almost a decade ago

  • Kahn
    Kahn11 dögum síðan

    if we don't have jobs we don't have money then the economy collapses, and if the economy collapses then technology will eventually collapse. You need a healthy and circulating economy where everyone contributes for humans to make progress.

  • Tuesday's Art

    Tuesday's Art

    3 dögum síðan

    You know we can just...give ourselves money, right?

  • Stamoulis Skampouras

    Stamoulis Skampouras

    6 dögum síðan

    @SirOliver Who talked about communism?

  • SirOliver

    SirOliver

    6 dögum síðan

    There is no money or possesion in communism.

  • Kahn

    Kahn

    10 dögum síðan

    @Stamoulis Skampouras the companies that produce whatever it is they want to automate, I'm not too knowledgeable so I can't narrow it down too much. But factories and industries that are currently not fully automated.

  • Stamoulis Skampouras

    Stamoulis Skampouras

    11 dögum síðan

    @Kahn Please define ^they^ so I will be able to explain you my opinion. Thank you!

  • Jaimus Ready
    Jaimus Ready11 dögum síðan

    So, it is possible we will bring upon us a Terminator style apocalypse?

  • Glenn quagmire
    Glenn quagmire12 dögum síðan

    *Uploaded 6 years ago*

  • Serj Limitless
    Serj Limitless13 dögum síðan

    Im slightly terrified this video was made in 2014

  • Mohamad Amirul Zolkefle
    Mohamad Amirul Zolkefle13 dögum síðan

    Let this automation happen, so that human minds and resources can be put towards greater goals like, you know, interplanetary conquest?

  • Stamoulis Skampouras

    Stamoulis Skampouras

    11 dögum síðan

    It's really simple! Who hasn't enough money will simply die!

  • notanidiotasd51

    notanidiotasd51

    13 dögum síðan

    Again, this automation is still terrible. We'd eventually just start using automation for things such as human minds as well, effectively making us useless. We should do everything in our power to prevent automation.

  • Not a Content Creator
    Not a Content Creator13 dögum síðan

    When everyone is homeless, we will end up running into each other under the overpass. If enough people gather together, eventually we’ll realize that we cannot make money in the city. We’ll realize we have to do something, and use one of three strategies: A. We could migrate into the wilderness, working for each other and eventually reverting back to hunter/gatherer societies. This will work okay for a while until we are found and arrested for unauthorized camping, killed by climate change, and/or displaced by deforestation. B. We could try to destroy the robots themselves, but assuming they have military bots and/or humans still willing to be -class traitors- _ahem_ cops, we will lose that war very quickly. C. We could try to fight the humans that own the bots and take them for ourselves. Most likely this will have the same result as B, but the end result is much better if we are successful.

  • notanidiotasd51

    notanidiotasd51

    13 dögum síðan

    Did you ever stop to consider why the rich are making these bots? Nobody who can buy the worthless junk = no money = bad. What's most likely going to happen is a UBI being established and the rich destroying some of their bots to allow humans to work jobs.

  • Canek Pantera
    Canek Pantera13 dögum síðan

    I think the problem is that, we already produce more than we need, so we don’t need more efficiently production; we need a “social equilibrium”

  • Julian Rossi
    Julian Rossi14 dögum síðan

    I'd rather do all my labor on my own.

  • Stamoulis Skampouras

    Stamoulis Skampouras

    11 dögum síðan

    Yes, but most people don't

  • Alex Benton
    Alex Benton14 dögum síðan

    videos that hit different before the plague

  • keagan mark
    keagan mark14 dögum síðan

    My job as a commercial service plumber is safe. Can't look a an issue and have to think a way to fix it

  • Julian Casale
    Julian Casale16 dögum síðan

    at 4:18 I saw horse made glue on his desk. ;)

  • Brat
    Brat16 dögum síðan

    When machines replace humans, humans should get money even if they don't work. They could actually be the key to creating real Communism. Someone can expoit robots to get very rich, while not sharing his wealth, that should be . When the economy runs with robots, they should not have to work.

  • Mohamad Taher

    Mohamad Taher

    11 klukkustundum síðan

    exactly. that what we all desire.

  • Bsanchezzz
    Bsanchezzz16 dögum síðan

    Man i was just trying to eat some frozen pizza

  • ErrOrGameplays
    ErrOrGameplays16 dögum síðan

    Yeah I think that too. But how the future will form.

  • Jeremy Hurdman
    Jeremy Hurdman16 dögum síðan

    And eventually communism

  • Witness Proof
    Witness Proof16 dögum síðan

    HUMANS........... The point is....... I really Do NOT care about you anymore!!! HUMANS.......... If this offends you........... "TOUGHFUCKINGSHIT"!!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  • Rattling Blockgod
    Rattling Blockgod16 dögum síðan

    It makes me said thinking, that people might never get their dream job in the future. That would be cruel. And I don't think Robot Art will ever really be real art.

  • Mohamad Taher

    Mohamad Taher

    11 klukkustundum síðan

    you know what is cooler than getting your real dream job? getting money without doing any job

  • d r i p
    d r i p16 dögum síðan

    I stopped taking this video seriously when he started comparing humans to horses

  • T SexyRexy
    T SexyRexy17 dögum síðan

    Until they automate so many jobs that no one can actually afford to live leading to total economic collapse, and the bankruptcy of every company on earth.

  • Mohamad Taher

    Mohamad Taher

    11 klukkustundum síðan

    honestly it will not reach that point at all. communism will take the lead for sure.

  • The Church of the Bell
    The Church of the Bell17 dögum síðan

    Well at least sports are safe

  • Jozef Behran
    Jozef Behran17 dögum síðan

    2:23 Actually, the "meat based competition" costs 3 to 4 times minimum wage because you need 3 people to cover one day (24h) but only 1 buxter (he does not need to rest nor sleep).

  • RebelCommander7 Star Wars Jurassic
    RebelCommander7 Star Wars Jurassic17 dögum síðan

    I think all jobs COULD be taken over by bots however that being said I don’t ever see it being legal that bots can be a lawyer or a judge or say government/political work so I think that if analyzed from a legal standpoint is fine though the rest I don’t know. I think everything can happen with bots though the last that would be taken by them is high end creativity like movies and tv shows books will go eventually animated movies soon after with only a voice actor needed. Yes we have CGI but it won’t by the current high schoolers who are replaced by that. I now as I write this also think that sports players are safe in the long long run like lawyers judges and government/political work though not by any legal rules here I just never see people watch robots play baseball as much as they watch humans play it so you know human sports are more popular make more money and stick around long long term. Well ok there racing as in car races but that’s one of the most if the the most dangerous mainstream sport of all time given how may crashed there are and how many people die but like the other sports are fine because there not what you say dangerous well compared to that and people don’t really die playing them.

  • Rogue Waffle
    Rogue Waffle18 dögum síðan

    The only jobs left will be the people who are actually making the bots

  • 23 - Abhinav Mishra
    23 - Abhinav Mishra18 dögum síðan

    While more and more people are thrown out of jobs, the rich people will get richer while the ones thrown out of jobs will enter into poverty. But that would start a runaway effect that would reduce the demand of the goods itself since people are not rich enough to buy the products. This itself would be unbeneficial for the small number of rich. This would result in two possibilities. Either the rich choose humanity and regulate the role of robots in their companies which will reduce the number of people living in poverty or the rich choose money and the human population will massively reduce and just enough people will remain such that all the small number of non-automatable jobs are occupied. The rich have always chosen money. Or perhaps, since the companies have started earning exponentially more, they might try to keep their profits the same while distributing the excess among the large number of unemployed, like some sort of Universal Basic Income. But that's just he best case scenario, and they almost never happen.

  • Nathan
    Nathan18 dögum síðan

    Would love to see an udpate here, it's almost 6 years later, how many jobs have been automated? How many have been created in industries we might not have seen in 2014? Are the new jobs making up the old jobs?

  • Nathan

    Nathan

    3 dögum síðan

    I haven’t looked but I haven’t noticed anything like that where I work

  • Tuesday's Art

    Tuesday's Art

    3 dögum síðan

    It's interesting because, according to The Verge, the future Grey was describing is happening now. AI is taking over management positions, they're becoming our bosses.

  • JEC REX
    JEC REX18 dögum síðan

    Nearly 7 years later, praying for UBI to be ready when the inevitable comes calling. Detroit: Become Human is set in 2038. Will we be ready for that kind of scenario?

  • SinHurr

    SinHurr

    14 dögum síðan

    I think the UK, Canada, Australia, and several other countries will hop on the UBI train before it becomes a big problem. The US, however, well we'll try everything but the right thing.

  • Bran_DT
    Bran_DT20 dögum síðan

    One part of the solution will be ⭐novelty⭐ People will want goods and services by other people because of its flaws and because of its human imperfections. This wouldn't be anywhere near a complete solution, but it is a piece of the puzzle.

  • notanidiotasd51

    notanidiotasd51

    13 dögum síðan

    Not really. Big companies could catch onto this and easily mimic it, pretending to be small companies. The only solution is UBI.

  • Aerosma
    Aerosma20 dögum síðan

    Guess I'll die

  • Andrew's Channel
    Andrew's Channel20 dögum síðan

    Can't wait for the robot that goes to school for me

  • Firey Galaxy
    Firey Galaxy21 degi síðan síðan

    So what jobs can we make so we don't end up like the horses?

  • notanidiotasd51

    notanidiotasd51

    13 dögum síðan

    There are none. The only solution is UBI.

  • WEEBALO :3

    WEEBALO :3

    20 dögum síðan

    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • AL 4461 Gabriela
    AL 4461 Gabriela21 degi síðan síðan

    Can't the government do something about it? A law that we need x% humans working in x kind of Enterprises and etc.? (Sorry for bad English, Brazillian heree)

  • Ian

    Ian

    19 dögum síðan

    That would just be counterintuitive. The solutions should not have any intention to limit the automation, but to adapt to it and let all have a better life. Instead of the governments forcing companies to hire, why not tax the companies that automate and give people those taxes to buy what they need? AKA a UBI.

  • HOLYbots
    HOLYbots21 degi síðan síðan

    a bot that teaches the bible in a easy to understand way? btw this is jokea

  • Alexis Lloyd D Alinan
    Alexis Lloyd D Alinan21 degi síðan síðan

    11:21 that hit WAY to close to home bro

  • AvatarRoku
    AvatarRoku22 dögum síðan

    curious to see a robot that can create compelling animated films... until then ill just not stress myself worrying about it.

  • That Guy
    That Guy22 dögum síðan

    It won’t be inevitable if we just launch everyone who makes the bots into space and then we gradually devolve the bots into a more controllable form and maybe focus instead on taking care of the planet rather than tech

  • Rasmus
    Rasmus22 dögum síðan

    i dont have a job, check mate automation engineers...

  • EE214 Verilog Tutorial
    EE214 Verilog Tutorial22 dögum síðan

    Think how powerful the AI would be in the executive role (Mayors, presidents, etc). Requires no salary, corruption is impossible & does everything in the most optimal & effective way.

  • Jovan Mitrić
    Jovan Mitrić23 dögum síðan

    Kurt Vonnegut already predicted this scenario in his novel Player Piano way back in 1952.

  • bredisfun
    bredisfun24 dögum síðan

    The thing is, I do believe the robots will take almost all jobs. But I’m not scared, change is coming. A change to how the world works. People, most likely won’t have to work to live anymore. The world will change in many ways, when we made cars, we didn’t stop and think if we should do this because there would be accidents and people could get hurt and some jobs could get lost. People will change with the world

  • notanidiotasd51

    notanidiotasd51

    13 dögum síðan

    Nope. The rich will just exploit the poor just as they have time and time again, people will be incredibly poor and the rich will be incredibly rich. It's only downwards from here when robots take jobs. And yes, when we made cars, we were thinking of making money. This time is no different.

  • Snow Crystal
    Snow Crystal24 dögum síðan

    *you need resources to make bots, and on earth at least they are not limitless, plus, bots have wastes. -if bots can do everything what’s even the point of humans existing? if bots do everything and people lose their jobs there won’t be any money with most people to buy the bots’ services, a part of humanity may go extict then and only richer people would stay. Now we have an abundance of machines we don’t need, then what? Or another way it could go around crime rates get high because people have no jobs, the countries making bots go into war because it’s theonly thing that matters. Or, communities start to form, like villages, and they don’t adopt bots. They have their own currency apart from the rest of the world. what else?

  • D. N. Azfar

    D. N. Azfar

    19 dögum síðan

    What if, when the machines take over all of the job that ever exist, we just get rid of currency all together?

  • Daniel Nadeau
    Daniel Nadeau24 dögum síðan

    i wonder if grey still believes this sillyness

  • D. N. Azfar

    D. N. Azfar

    19 dögum síðan

    It will happen.

  • Tim long

    Tim long

    24 dögum síðan

    yes because it is not silly. at all you (depending on your job) might be out of work very very soon

  • Lonely Potato666
    Lonely Potato66624 dögum síðan

    Me watching educational videos instead of paying attention to school: "oh yeah its big brain time"

  • Erdem GÜNDÜZ

    Erdem GÜNDÜZ

    23 dögum síðan

    Just goverments could take so much tax from the robot-based companys and give money to people. If people become too poor, there wouldn't be a meaning in producing in huge masses: you can't sell anything to people who doesn't have money.

  • Nicco
    Nicco26 dögum síðan

    The only thing I see being safe is a small section of creative things like book writing, furniture, art, tv/movies where some people will want authentic human work

  • The Last D4rk

    The Last D4rk

    25 dögum síðan

    Only scary if People let Ai write for them and you won't notice. I hope we'll found seals which proof that it is humanmade.

  • Inibieni März
    Inibieni März26 dögum síðan

    now im very very scared!...

  • D. N. Azfar
    D. N. Azfar26 dögum síðan

    If one day, machine take over all kinds of job in this world, wouldn't that mean money will be without purpose?

  • Adam Doyle
    Adam Doyle26 dögum síðan

    I’m actually already pivoting to a career which will not be automated for a really long time. When I was a robotics technician 3 years ago I saw personally how unskilled laborers were being forced into an early retirement due to their inability to adapt to changing technologies. You literally have to do jobs where robots can’t go and make dynamic decisions robots are unable to make. Sure they’ll eventually be able to fix large industrial power grids ( my chosen field,) but I think I’ll be retired before that happens or hopefully I’ve once again pivoted.

  • Katorn Hypno
    Katorn Hypno27 dögum síðan

    If everything gets automated, humans doesn't need to work at all, and resources gotta be free. Don't worry. Also, *the last jobs* gotta be the Mathematics, Quantum Physics, and related, also with the service of Bot Control, that only Humans can make at all.

  • La Jksueye
    La Jksueye27 dögum síðan

    Bro I'm watching this shocked them I realize that this was made 6 years ago and now I'm speechless

  • contrafax
    contrafax28 dögum síðan

    Also, "Player Piano" by Kurt Vonnegut.

  • contrafax
    contrafax28 dögum síðan

    Harry Harrison wrote a series of stories about James Bolivar diGriz. "The Stainless Steel Rat." learn your new skills.

  • Deckard
    Deckard28 dögum síðan

    Cool, i wouldn’t sleep tonight, thank you)

  • Aiden Holbrook
    Aiden Holbrook28 dögum síðan

    horses didn't maintain or build cars though

  • Fahad Ibn Hasib
    Fahad Ibn Hasib29 dögum síðan

    I am pretty much sure from a materialistic point of view, the economy holders would come to the same decision for extra humans they come for unwanted male chicks in the egg industry... If you don't know what the decision is, I recommend you find that out.

  • TY RODGERS
    TY RODGERS29 dögum síðan

    Surprise we have jet packs now (I realize that doesn’t apply to this specific issue but it’s still an amazing advancement)

  • Tigerof2000
    Tigerof200029 dögum síðan

    .... 2:07 how did you get that image

  • Ayden Shahraki
    Ayden ShahrakiMánuði síðan

    If I'm a programmer coding bots would I lose my job?

  • il_vero_sas pacifico
    il_vero_sas pacificoMánuði síðan

    In a video you have said: the wroste dictatorship are the ones in wich the pepols don't produce the wealt

  • Rachel Kuznetsov
    Rachel KuznetsovMánuði síðan

    It's interesting how now in 2021 there's a "labor shortage" in the US and employers are complaining that no one is taking the minimum wage jobs. I'm not saying this video is wrong, but perhaps the changes described in this video will affect us much slower than described.

  • SirOliver

    SirOliver

    6 dögum síðan

    30-50 years from now. 100-200 years for real no job automation. But with population decrease. If you haven't noticed something fishy is happening world wide for over a a year.

  • Merijn Vogel
    Merijn VogelMánuði síðan

    2:39 sales, apparently...

  • Donut Man
    Donut ManMánuði síðan

    Think about ordering some boba by your doorstep, now think 5 years from now when an app receives your order and inputs your location to a machine and a car drives to the location automatically with nobody in the car then placing it by your doorstep and sending you a notification, the technology is basically here and nobody has to do any manual labour, also boba is amazing.

  • Yuuji -kun
    Yuuji -kunMánuði síðan

    Well we all know 2 professions that will be safe sports and esports

  • lola19283746
    lola19283746Mánuði síðan

    Socialism is the solution

  • Guncrafta
    GuncraftaMánuði síðan

    The thing is that the nature of the horse is to stand, lay, run around the whole day. However the nature of the human is to be active, socially, mentally and gether more data to remember. How would that work in the future?

  • SCP 096
    SCP 096Mánuði síðan

    We just upgrade ourselves with CRISPR to be better than robots. Problem solved.

  • SCP 096

    SCP 096

    25 dögum síðan

    @The Last D4rk Upgraded Humans.

  • The Last D4rk

    The Last D4rk

    25 dögum síðan

    What are we if we do this?

  • Spades
    SpadesMánuði síðan

    Rebuttal: I'd like to see a robot be a ISsoftsr.

  • Brambleberry Productions
    Brambleberry ProductionsMánuði síðan

    To be honest? Let them take the jobs. Let them do the things that are required, and let humans rest, finally, no longer burdened by "I need a job to survive". So you won't have a job. There's more than enough money in the world now to make it so that everyone has an allowance, the same amount of money for EVERYONE. Who decided things had value? A tribe, thousands or millions of years ago, when all you had wasn't enough to keep you alive? That isn't the case now. We have more than enough. Food? Free. Clean water? Free. Housing? Free. I'm...so confused by people.

  • D. N. Azfar

    D. N. Azfar

    19 dögum síðan

    What about jeweleries though? Just curious.

  • Jack Catchpowle
    Jack CatchpowleMánuði síðan

    And they laughed when I said I wanted to be a cultural anthropologist

  • TURKISH ASSASSIN
    TURKISH ASSASSINMánuði síðan

    Watching this as a translator is creepy.

  • 5_qm
    5_qmMánuði síðan

    Man you really scaring me now..

  • srak 123
    srak 123Mánuði síðan

    the best solution to stop car accidents: ban cars

  • Krishnam Kumawat
    Krishnam KumawatMánuði síðan

    Even Computer Programming is a job trhat can get automated easily... You know with the advancements of AI and AI assisted programming that is being used now along with algorithms

  • J3on_Xook
    J3on_XookMánuði síðan

    Oh

  • Mai Sage
    Mai SageMánuði síðan

    Creativity is not replaceable because creativity isn't 'better vs. worse'. Art is subjective in a way nothing else is.

  • Mai Sage

    Mai Sage

    Mánuði síðan

    @Jack Williams But again, unlike say, machines, there are no hard better vs worse measures. You can't replace human art because more art is just more art, machine made or not. There's no arms race going on.

  • Jack Williams

    Jack Williams

    Mánuði síðan

    @Mai Sage its subjective yes, but on subjective material a geberal opinion of what most people precive to be bettet does start to form

  • Mai Sage

    Mai Sage

    Mánuði síðan

    @Jack Williams It's subjective. There is no objectivity in art.

  • Jack Williams

    Jack Williams

    Mánuði síðan

    But most people would agree some art is better than other art

  • Jaleel Mikhail Stonagal
    Jaleel Mikhail StonagalMánuði síðan

    Really scary sh*t - what I don't understand is this : okay "humans need not apply" but if these "creatures" will replace a large chunk of humans, that means a HUGE crisis is on the way, not just for the unemployed, but for the corporations themselves, if they leave us with no jobs, then with what money will their consumers (which is whom they depend on to make a profit) be able to buy? If they leave the regular population jobless, then to whom are they going to sell their junk?

  • Rage 2000
    Rage 2000Mánuði síðan

    *Grey:* Let’s call self driving cars what they really are: “Autos” *Me a Chilean:* so, the same but in Spanish

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