ROBOT APOCALYPSE – MAN KILLING ITSELF

After years of technological advances benefitting mankind, technology has decided to revolt from its owners and become its own people. Filmmakers have been predicting this for over a generation as we see in “2001: A Space Odyssey” where the main robot, HAL 9000,  is the reason for the demise of its crew. Robots are not only killing its own makers but also stealing their jobs. Fast food companies like McDonald’s, Wendy’s and Burger King are looking to invest in robots. “According to public data, the company’s robot can 97681507-45eb-42a6-8a0d-0d12304cdd1b“slice toppings like tomatoes and pickles immediately before it places the slice onto your burger, giving you the freshest burger possible.” Unlike human workers, the robot is “more consistent, more sanitary, and can produce ~360 hamburgers per hour” or a burger every 10 seconds… [these] devices [aren’t] meant to make employees more efficient. It’s meant to completely obviate them.“(zerohedge.com) When robots can do the most simple tasks, the only thing next is making robots do more intense tasks, bringing up the possibility of robotic warfare and now we have a robot determining who lives and who dies on a battlefield. Now with robots, killing humans and taking our jobs what can we expect next? We are a slave to our own invention because of our obsession with it and the instantaneous perfection it brings with it. As a people, we must take a stance against artificial intelligence, because it puts not only our life, but your family’s life in danger and we must halt this robotic revolution!

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ROBOT APOCALYPSE – MAN KILLING ITSELF

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