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      03-23-2009, 01:23 PM   #1
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BMW assembly plant in Munich Germany

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People are lazy- no wonder why there's no jobs out there.
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working on it.
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working on it.
haha no biggie. Just bustin' your balls....
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people aren't lazy......machines can do 10X the amount of work that a human can do and are about 98% consistent across the board.

i just see it as a marvel of technology.....but machines can only do so much.....i wouldn't trust them delivering a baby or something along that lines..
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Nice find. Thanks for sharing.
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Nice Robots. Now where is my Aibo?
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very nice find....thanks for posting the video
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people aren't lazy......machines can do 10X the amount of work that a human can do and are about 98% consistent across the board.

i just see it as a marvel of technology.....but machines can only do so much.....i wouldn't trust them delivering a baby or something along that lines..
I do industrial automation protocol-based solutions, and it's downright amazing what these machines can do nowadays. And they are much more consistent than a human... You don't have to worry about going bankrupt from their pensions either.
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I do industrial automation protocol-based solutions, and it's downright amazing what these machines can do nowadays. And they are much more consistent than a human... You don't have to worry about going bankrupt from their pensions either.
Guess who engineers these robotics though? Yes, it's still humans!
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machines can do 10X the amount of work that a human can do and are about 98% consistent across the board.
Oh they're a lot more than 98% consistent. The problems arise when they are designed/built/programmed incorrectly at which point they become consistently wrong.
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wow it look pretty freaky actually lol terminator style.... imagine them "waking up" and terrorizing us with spray paint guns......
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Guess who engineers these robotics though? Yes, it's still humans!
Exactly. I still gotsta get paid!
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wow it look pretty freaky actually lol terminator style.... imagine them "waking up" and terrorizing us with spray paint guns......
I was just thinking the same thing. Just imagine all of those machine arms got a mind of their own and started going a on rampage!
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