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It’s been excerpted elsewhere, but it bears reading again, in all its lurid, sci-fi glory.
Myth: Economists Have A Deep Understanding of Robotics Boyd’s description of 2025 continues, with the image of food “raised by robotic vehicles, even in small plot urban farms that will become the norm, since so many people will have lost their jobs to 'bots.” Elsewhere in this response, he mentions the much-cited prediction by Oxford economists Carl Frey and Michael Osborne, that robots will consume as much as 50 percent of our jobs within 10 or 20 year.
This is the real heart of the robot economy discussion, and where some 48 percent of the Pew report’s respondents were in agreement—that automation will displace humans in the workplace, in dramatic fashion.
To say that this is an incredibly complex and wide-ranging issue is an understatement.
Myth: Robots Are Just Around the Corner Boyd imagines, at least by implication, pizza delivery bots showing up at our doors by 2025. It also assumes the clearance of any number of regulatory hurdles, namely that the FAA will have approved commercial unmanned aerial vehicles for use in residential airspace.
And not just any drones, but fully autonomous ones, since there are no cost-savings in firing a few teenagers if you have to hire a licensed drone pilot to replace them.
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The Looj is even less sophisticated—you drop it into a gutter by hand, hit a button on a remote to send it whirring back and forth through debris, and then manually haul it back out.