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Man vs Robot: How far would you go to keep your job?

Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 03:18

July 18 - The robots are coming, but will they steal your job? From cyborg implants to popping performance enhancing drugs, it seems people will do almost anything to compete with the machines. Amy Gardner reports.

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How would you feel if this -- your new -- Precedent you should be like 20/20 -- magazine reference book summation was destroyed 70% of today's jobs. So how far would you guys to fight the great -- Kevin moriches aside antics professor he ten to yourself into -- site book in the quest to human and Huntsman. What I -- which is very very small. Loses mole what was implied to do more nervous system issues -- the brain doesn't. And what this did was to link -- nervous system onto the computer. So one thing I was able to do we look at this -- book. I could control this time from my brain signals. Directly on the field what the congress but he sort of meant to effectively -- my brains. And hearts of more bluntly he could -- completely different places. Our -- went to New York where you're from Mark Bryant was and this time was in England so it was a right to control this roadblock. Pretty you spoke but if becoming pop -- book makes you squeamish. May be -- drugs might hope he competes. A great number of professionals have been replacing them running coffee into the afternoon. It's a performance enhancing -- has been described as having the same effect -- -- expresses. Good all the -- but it taxes. And does some back isn't reset -- Oxford university's feature of humanity institute eight more often than most developed -- to treat narcolepsy. And and or perhaps is Iran Iraq but that -- document is selling really well. It seems like half of cynical but has declared itself -- to suffer from the oracle and and that in normal people -- the helps you stay away if this seems to stimulate the frontal lobes it gives you Elizabeth bit their ability to have a complex information. And do long term planning. -- -- inhibit yourself from doing something stupid when you're and and it's less concentrate than it feels a board on the reviews of which could -- this kind of a home thrown so. But -- can be both online description freak but it has its drawbacks in pitting the risky might become so soaked in one Tosca. You forget the big Pitt said. Suede good that's changing up tension on the await this and memory. But what we really would like is something that can cruise trip -- and intelligence but it's much harder because that's the kind of symphony of different pieces of our brains working together. But I must tell how much we -- -- so it's. The painful treat this they're just some things bill never beat the machines that. There's a lot of things we do in our brains that. We know very good out in comparison to artificial intelligence mathematics is a good example of that memory there's another good zone particularly when you get older. So why health problems with a one not out source on how. Machine intelligence doing the bits that you'll Brian is not very good at doing an annual and can actually concentrate on the things it is -- -- -- and wants to. Rate cuts may be -- them but don't be afraid to because -- -- is reinstating a job they might just hope he did that's -- Amy got -- races.

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Man vs Robot: How far would you go to keep your job?

Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 03:18