Bit #1: The robots are coming for your job, but that doesn’t have to mean the end of your happy existence.

"The Jetsons" (1963) Hanna-Barbera / Warner Bros.
These days, there’s a lot of talk about what robots will do to the workforce. Most people are convinced that a robot will eventually takeover their job. It’s only a matter of time before you exclaim to your friend as your sip your sad, warm beer, “That robot stole my job!” Well, I have bad news and good news. This could happen sooner than you think, but it doesn’t have to mean doom and gloom for humans.

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Dummy robot Margot Paez is a PhD student in the civil engineering department at Georgia Institute of Technology. She has an MS in physics from GT and studies climate change, mitigation, and adaptation, primarily in relation to water resources. She is available for commentary and interviews.
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Bit #1: The robots are coming for your job, but that doesn’t have to mean the end of your happy existence.


“The Jetsons” (1963) Hanna-Barbera / Warner Bros.
These days, there’s a lot of talk about what robots will do to the workforce. Most people are convinced that a robot will eventually takeover their job. It’s only a matter of time before you exclaim to your friend as your sip your sad, warm beer, “That robot stole my job!” Well, I have bad news and good news. This could happen sooner than you think, but it doesn’t have to mean doom and gloom for humans.

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