Don’t Build a Bot Unless it Replaces a Human
David Cheng

David, your statement on bots needing to replace a humans got me thinking about the friction or waste a bot could remove from the current ‘jobs’ a human must do in their day-to-day. Would you agree that if a bot eliminated the waste of a focused use case (i.e., one repetitive, manual task) that humans must do in their everyday jobs (which lets say takes up 10% of their day), that collectively, the bot will have proven its value, even though it has not replaced the human’s entire set of duties?

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