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Re: Automation

Post by Reservoir_Dog » Sat Jun 24, 2017 10:00 am

HappyHappy wrote:
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You are not only in armed but you lack ...
What's "in armed"? :?

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Re: Automation

Post by HappyHappy » Sat Jun 24, 2017 10:16 am

Since you are to stupid to understand. It was a typo.

I referred back to my screen shot folder to insure you had not edited it first.

I screen shot every post to document your childish behavior.

I have been doing this for some time now, you and Commieshit have
made some rather mean spirited edits aimed at smearing Pud and me.

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any suggestion that I have done anything past simple subforum moderation by the rules I set up is a lie. If you have a beef with Res, or any other admin, this subforum is not the location. I am not an admin, I don't own nor administrate this site. For the record, Res asking clarification was perfectly reasonable, you should fix shit like that, and not have to resort to personal attacks. He didn't call you names, just asked what you meant, as it didn't make sense. I'm leaving your text in this post to illustrate how not to act if you wish to be taken seriously. Try and learn, Happy!!-----Slick



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"for the record, New Hampshire has a low death rate ONLY because that reflects the fact that New Hampshire is much less densely settled than most of the US. The gun laws have nothing to do with it."

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Re: Automation

Post by callmeslick » Sat Jun 24, 2017 3:46 pm

HappyHappy wrote:
Sat Jun 24, 2017 9:33 am

VERY few people have been permanently put out of work
by advances in tech or automation. We learn new jobs
or simply eliminated by the crush of time.
don't you get it? There will be no real number of 'new jobs' needed, past design, maintenence or implementation of automation. Everything else will be low level service for those with the money. Should those positions be a scramble for low bidder in terms of wages?
Truth is you are parroting the Demo hard line and trying to defend it at all costs.
to be honest, I've been spending most of the past 10 months trying to get ANY Democrat with clout to take up the cause. Sadly, they are still stuck in a political reality in which you can't tell the folks in the Midwest, or anywhere, that jobs just are not going to come back, ever, and that we better figure out how to plan for that.
You have a long history of slavery in your past.
if you count my 'past' as 9-12 generations ago, sure. My personal slave history is pretty nonexistant, but you're on a roll of stupidity, huh, what next?
As member of the party of the KKK and the party of McClellan
oh, get real. Every fool with an IQ over 70 and education past 6th grade knows that wing of the Dems was driven out by Civil Rights pioneers.
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Re: Automation

Post by Pudfark » Sat Jun 24, 2017 5:15 pm

quote fail ad hominem. Two reasons we don't need this post in the thread.
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Re: Automation

Post by callmeslick » Sun Jun 25, 2017 11:14 am

more canaries in the coal mine(no pun, nor thread crossover intended):
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/in-tow ... li=BBnbcA1
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Re: Automation

Post by HappyHappy » Sun Jun 25, 2017 1:29 pm

In this deleted post, Happy announced both his desire to consume feces, and that he still doesn't understand that MSN has NOTHING to DO with MSNBC. MSN is a portal to content from all sorts of sources. Look, Happy, if you wish to proudly stay ignorant of facts, that's your business. Announcing it to the world didn't in any way respond to a point in the thread, so your comment is GONE
"for the record, New Hampshire has a low death rate ONLY because that reflects the fact that New Hampshire is much less densely settled than most of the US. The gun laws have nothing to do with it."

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Re: Automation

Post by HappyHappy » Sun Jun 25, 2017 8:43 pm

Face it Commieshit, you are an intolerant Marxist that must erase dissenting opinion.

The enemy of We The People.
"for the record, New Hampshire has a low death rate ONLY because that reflects the fact that New Hampshire is much less densely settled than most of the US. The gun laws have nothing to do with it."

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Re: Automation

Post by callmeslick » Sun Jun 25, 2017 9:18 pm

once again, dissenting opinion makes the world go round. Dismissive, irrelevant comments do not. Get used to it. This forum IS moderated.
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Re: Automation

Post by Pudfark » Mon Jun 26, 2017 12:24 pm

The only Automation you should be worried about...is the Judicial System. CYA (both meanings apply).

care to make some sense of this? As it stands, it is gibberish, and will go. If you have a pertinent point, make it.
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Re: Automation

Post by Pudfark » Fri Jul 07, 2017 12:19 pm

:lol: This below...got ya worried? :lol:

New Report Considers The Problems That Could Arise From Sex Robots

A new report from the Foundation for Responsible Robotics considers the problems that could arise from sex robots, including social isolation, love, prostitution, and pedophilia.
“Would people have sex with a robot?,” “What kind of relationship could we have with a sex robot?,” “Will robot sex workers and bordellos be acceptable?,” “Will sex robots change societal perceptions of gender?,” “Could intimacy with robots lead to greater social isolation?,” “Could robots help with sexual healing and therapy?,” and “Would sex robots help to reduce sex crimes?” are all questions included in the 44-page report.

“In 2017 most liberal societies accept or tolerate sex in many different forms and varieties. Sex toys and masturbation aids have been used for centuries and can be easily purchased in stores in many countries. Now companies are developing robots for sexual gratification,” explain the foundation in their report. “But a robot designed for sex may have different impacts when compared with other sex aids. Those currently being developed are essentially pornographic representations of the human body – mostly female.”

Such representations combined with human anthropomorphism may lead many to perceive robots as a new ontological category that exists in a fantasy between the living and the inanimate. This is reinforced by robot manufacturers with an eye to the future. They understand the market importance of adding intimacy, companionship, and conversation to sexual gratification.

The aim of this consultation report is to present an objective summary of the issues and various opinions about what could be our most intimate association with technological artefacts. We do not contemplate or speculate about far future robots with personhood – that could have all manner of imagined properties. We focus instead on significant issues that we may have to deal with in the foreseeable future over the next 5 to 10 years.

On the topic of robot sex workers, the report claims, “While we have no direct evidence about the acceptability of sex robot bordellos, one poll suggests quite strongly that they would be acceptable,” before adding, “The additional repertoire offered by robots could well increase demand. Although we found no evidence for the notion that sex robots would stop sex trafficking, we found some evidence to the contrary.”

For the potential issue of social isolation, the foundation admits, “We have no direct evidence to answer this question and it would be considered unethical to set up controlled experiments.”

However, they also explained that the cited scholars in the report “are pretty much in agreement that sex with robots could or will lead to social isolation.”

“The reasons given varied,” they elaborated. “Spending time in a robot relationship could create an inability to form human friendships; robot don’t meet the species specific needs of humans; sex robots could desensitize humans to intimacy and empathy, which can only be developed through experiencing human interaction and mutual consenting relationships; real sexual relationships could become overwhelming because relations with robots are easier.”

On the issue of using robots for “sexual healing,” the foundation claims that “it is possible” the machines could “potentially help some people” with anxiety and other sexual issues, while the topic of using robots to stop sex crimes proved controversial.

Some of the cites sources claimed pedophiles and others with sexual disorders or aggressive desires could be stopped from enacting their fantasies in real life by using robots. However, others claimed it could encourage them further.

http://responsiblerobotics.org/wp-conte ... _Final.pdf

:D Yup, the good news is rumored...that they're gonna be like a pay phone....drop a quarter in....and if'n ya can't come, ya can call. :lol: :lol: :lol:
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