A History and Future of the Rise of the Robots
R. David Dixon Jr.
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“With the rise of better, cheaper, more dependable tools, the global processes can only gainfully employ so many humans, and there’s every reason to expect that need to decrease.”

As my English teacher once scrawled: AWK. Break in two.

However I love your vision. What do you do when you don’t need to do? I cheerfully anticipate a future of professional recreational athletes, video game emperors and ice cream tasters.

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