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We think of robots as primarily being in factories; but the reality is that lawyers, accountants and even artists, are facing a future in which their livelihoods are threatened by artificial intelligence. From self-driving Tesla cars, to robo-journalists writing news by algorithm, artificially intelligent comedians, to state-of-the-art sex-robots, we are facing a future where vast swathes of the population will indeed surrender their job to machines. But Anne-Marie asks, is there also an opportunity: to adapt to a radically changing future, to adopt the technology, and to harness the rise of the robots for our own good?

Will A Robot Steal My Job?
Genre: Documentary, World Affairs
Runtime: 0h 53min
Language: English

Storyline: Artificial intelligence is developing at breakneck speed, but what does this mean for the job market? Anne-Marie Tomchak, science journalist and the UK Editor of Mashable, investigates how robots could be on course to render the skills of much of the world’s population obsolete, and asks the question – are any of our jobs safe? In a series of exclusive interviews, Anne-Marie will speak to tech gurus, futurologists, including best-selling author of Rise of the Robots Martin Ford, and some of the world’s most advanced roboticists to find out how the rise of the machine in an age of increasing automation, is already invisibly shaping all of our lives.


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Practicalsaint Talks says:

Love all the European accents 😉 🙌

Sean Burton says:

A.I. for stock and business reports

qwyzl says:

bet a robot doctor would never drop a donor heart on the roof of a building after tripping and falling. ; D

Ron Erickson says:

The code for robotic life in the subroutine or common code screen if you do not have a subroutine. F=m*a(4*5*119) Isaac Newton was here 334 years ago and would not have known anything about a SOST or Robot. It matches the SOST speed up to the processor to give them life.

bunnylovah says:

Maybe AI’s can fix our poor Housing crisis on This Poor Little Earth. :/ Than Global Warming Wouldn’t Be A Issue

Nico TOPCAT says:

Did the robot artist really do justice to Anne-Marie's beauty. I think I could capture it, but then, I'm only human…

Search Wion says:

1. What happen to the "Supply" when goods are "Almost FREE"? (Given robots can make/recycle everything for free today).
Answer: ?

2. What happen to the " Demand" when goods are "Almost FREE"? (Given robots can make/recycle everything for free today).
Answer: ?

It's called Robotic Revolution. People will be FREE. Government is in Panic mode Now…

Josh King says:

Ok, so machines don't have emotions, so jobs like that will stay. That's your theory. Gimme 25 yrs and tgen we'll see what you got to say.

Muhammad Rameez says:

A I changing the way of work how humans do.

Muhammad Rameez says:

All the operating machines in one place and can access the position of patients wow.

Muhammad Rameez says:

Yeah it's sounds good while seeing A.I helping doctors and medical staff to figure out the points where treatment required and easily to operate.

Dion Bridger says:

You most likely will /not/ lose your job to a robot. The development in AI is /too fast/ for that to happen. AI will develop the quickest in the field of "intellectual work", and will move out so far ahead of human beings so quickly, it will more or less be able to restructure the entire economy and completely get rid of the need for human beings to be involved in work /at all/ ( except as a form of therapy, for their own good ) more quickly than human beings operating on human timescales will be able to transition to a semi-automated economy. We'll shift between those two worlds virtually in the blink of an eye.

Business Guide says:

Officially, you're one of my favorite Youtubers out here!

Simon Collins says:

She said about the robot "he's looking at me"
It's not a he, it's an it

a says:

Computer will be invincible

If the prerequisite conditions are guaranteed in the environment

No different from other scientific laws

Sandeep Shetty says:

these people are clueless as to what is about to hit them…beware if you want to make a living in about 10 years time…you need to really work on your skill set…most job types today are going extinct…but good news is that there is always new fields in innovation and creativity which will need human intelligence…brace yourself for the future …nothing to be scared off (well there are some aspects) but there will be new ways full of opportunities

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