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Every decade, the robots are getting better.


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/Damnthatsinteresting/comments/10f9v6e/boston_dynamics_making_science_fiction_reality/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf


Robots within the next 2-3 decades will actually be sophisticated Enough to replace blue collar jobs. And chatgpt and other bots will replace white collar labor within 2 decades


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/comments/10apw4f/chargpts_ability_to_create_boilerplate_c_code_is/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf



Human labor will soon no longer be needed. Countries will no longer need any immigrants to grow their economies. they will just need to harvest metals and build bots to do the work. UBI will be more than possible soon enough. Only sad thing is richfags might just holocaust the Poors and middle classes as they won't need us anymore, but I guess we will find out what they do in upcoming decades.


Regardless of how this goes down, we will soon enough be witnessing the dawn of a new era. An era where even the best artist/musician/poet will be a machine and not a human. The best sculptor, the best doctor etc. All will be robots. The end of human labor awaits.
 
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Will we have waifubots though?
 
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Don't throw the box like that, idiot! If it breaks, it'll be discounted from your wage!

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Will we have waifubots though?
I fear they'll be outlawed probably. Just like there are animal rights, race, queer activists. There will be AI rights activists. And they will riot till AI are given the same rights as humans, and as such waifu bots will probably be banned for being immoral.
 
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If the rich scum have any morals, they will use this new technology to finally free humanity of wageslavery once and for all. A world free of wageslavery, a world where no one ever had to suffer for shitty garbage paychecks will come to exist.

But there is a high probability they either eliminate the masses or give the bare minimum ( a shitty studio apartment and shitty lab grown trash tier food).
 
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If the rich scum have any morals, they will use this new technology to finally free humanity of wageslavery once and for all. A world free of wageslavery, a world where no one ever had to suffer for shitty garbage paychecks will come to exist.

But there is a high probability they either eliminate the masses or give the bare minimum ( a shitty studio apartment and shitty lab grown trash tier food).
We won’t be free, we will just own nothing and will be “happy” (TM)
 
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Only sad thing is richfags might just holocaust the Poors and middle classes as they won't need us anymore, but I guess we will find out what they do in upcoming decades.
Death would be preferable to enslavement/encampment. But either way, this is a terrifying thought, and I hope I leave this world before it becomes reality. :fuk:
 
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Death would be preferable to enslavement/encampment. But either way, this is a terrifying thought, and I hope I leave this world before it becomes reality. :fuk:
I truly hope we get the positive outcome where they use this tech to give everyone basic income and a solid house,car, robot maid for every citizen. But we will find out
 
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I truly hope we get the positive outcome where they use this tech to give everyone basic income and a solid house,car, robot maid for every citizen. But we will find out
It'd be nice, but don't hold your breath. The depth of human cruelty is limitless. :fuk:
 
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Pure cope, we will wageslave until we die. If anything they'll get rid of retirement in our lifetime
 
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And how is that good news?
They'll put us all in concentration camps. The ONLY reason we are allowed to live is because the rich need us.
Delusional if you think this is going to make your life better.
 
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And how is that good news?
They'll put us all in concentration camps. The ONLY reason we are allowed to live is because the rich need us.
Delusional if you think this is going to make your life better.
true this might work out really bad for us. I guess we will find out one way or another
 
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Every decade, the robots are getting better.


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/Damnthatsinteresting/comments/10f9v6e/boston_dynamics_making_science_fiction_reality/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf


Robots within the next 2-3 decades will actually be sophisticated Enough to replace blue collar jobs. And chatgpt and other bots will replace white collar labor within 2 decades


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/comments/10apw4f/chargpts_ability_to_create_boilerplate_c_code_is/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf



Human labor will soon no longer be needed. Countries will no longer need any immigrants to grow their economies. they will just need to harvest metals and build bots to do the work. UBI will be more than possible soon enough. Only sad thing is richfags might just holocaust the Poors and middle classes as they won't need us anymore, but I guess we will find out what they do in upcoming decades.


Regardless of how this goes down, we will soon enough be witnessing the dawn of a new era. An era where even the best artist/musician/poet will be a machine and not a human. The best sculptor, the best doctor etc. All will be robots. The end of human labor awaits.

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Every decade, the robots are getting better.


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/Damnthatsinteresting/comments/10f9v6e/boston_dynamics_making_science_fiction_reality/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf


Robots within the next 2-3 decades will actually be sophisticated Enough to replace blue collar jobs. And chatgpt and other bots will replace white collar labor within 2 decades


View: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/comments/10apw4f/chargpts_ability_to_create_boilerplate_c_code_is/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf



Human labor will soon no longer be needed. Countries will no longer need any immigrants to grow their economies. they will just need to harvest metals and build bots to do the work. UBI will be more than possible soon enough. Only sad thing is richfags might just holocaust the Poors and middle classes as they won't need us anymore, but I guess we will find out what they do in upcoming decades.


Regardless of how this goes down, we will soon enough be witnessing the dawn of a new era. An era where even the best artist/musician/poet will be a machine and not a human. The best sculptor, the best doctor etc. All will be robots. The end of human labor awaits.

this sounds great but terrible at the same time

is good because we won't need to get a job (maybe this is a first step towards the universal basic income)

but it could be bad, because, even if physical labor is no longer necessary, the need for sex cannot be supplied by crappy robots, so this doesn't decrease women's SMV, and men will remain obsolete and undervalued in the future
 
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this sounds great but terrible at the same time

is good because we don't need to get a job (maybe this is a first step towards the universal basic income)

but it could be bad, because, even if physical labor is no longer necessary, the need for sex cannot be supplied by crappy robots, so this doesn't decrease women's SMV, and men will remain obsolete and undervalued in the future
men will just need to settle for vr porn. And if lucky sex bots will be akin to real women and still legal..
 
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And how is that good news?
They'll put us all in concentration camps. The ONLY reason we are allowed to live is because the rich need us.
Delusional if you think this is going to make your life better.
true
 
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And how is that good news?
They'll put us all in concentration camps. The ONLY reason we are allowed to live is because the rich need us.
Delusional if you think this is going to make your life better.
this is true, all wars and human sacrifice in the past were for the interests of some power group, the will of one, over the collective of npcs


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HINDU DINDU SHITSKIN NIGGER COPE.

Human labor will always be in demand in the market in some form or another. The obvious one being a technician for the machines.
 
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What is happening in the US is the labor force hasn't really grown since 2000. But the population increased from 282 million in 2000, to 331 million in 2021. In other words the percentage of people working is going down. From about 55% in 2000 to 47% in 2020.

What are the non-working people doing. They are retirees, disabled, children, house wives, people in college, unemployed people.

Looking over time what is happening is Americans are working less a percentage of their life on average. Less years worked, and working less hours per year when they are working.
 
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Where is it all going. It will be the labor force participation continues to decline, and the number of hours worked per year for people in the labor force continues to decline.

Eg.. I think we will move to a 4 day work week as the standard.
 
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I think we will move to a 4 day work week as the standard.
Won't happen without some kind of trade-off. Workdays may be longer, taxes may be higher, benefits may be fewer.
 
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HINDU DINDU SHITSKIN NIGGER COPE.

Human labor will always be in demand in the market in some form or another. The obvious one being a technician for the machines.
I thought this as well but disagree. The bots are getting better and better. Try out chatgpt and your opinion will change. It is already smarter than many humans at a large amount of tasks.
 
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I thought this as well but disagree. The bots are getting better and better. Try out chatgpt and your opinion will change. It is already smarter than many humans at a large amount of tasks.
It's generative, narrow AI with billions of parameters, hooked to the largest data source available (the internet) to train its ML algorithms. Yes, it's impressive at its designed task. "Smart" isn't a word I'd use to describe it, however, because it doesn't think and it isn't sentient.
 
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In any other time this would be great, but the jew will never allow the goyium to not slave for him without consequences.
 
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It's generative, narrow AI with billions of parameters, hooked to the largest data source available (the internet) to train its ML algorithms. Yes, it's impressive at its designed task. "Smart" isn't a word I'd use to describe it, however, because it doesn't think and it isn't sentient.
there is no reason bots that maintain and create new bots cannot be made eventually. And while the AI isn't fully sentient, it will be inevitably soon enough.
 
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I thought this as well but disagree. The bots are getting better and better. Try out chatgpt and your opinion will change. It is already smarter than many humans at a large amount of tasks.
jfl yeah, i asked it to do MIPS Assembly which barely anyone nowadays knows; provided good code to me and explained it thoroughly
 
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if the ChatGPT can already write boilerplate code this early, it will get even better at fully mastering other programming languages with time through the power of machine learning. Machine learning forces AI to learn and adapt without following instructions from other programmers through drawing predictions from patterns in data and are very dangerous in tandem with the exponential computing power of AI doubling every 3.4 months and dwarfing Moore's Law. If there were minimal learning curve for machine learning, training data inputted would l look like this:

X (Training Data)Y (Validation data)
X1Y1

X2Y2
X3Y3


with y (validation data), predicting some variable, x (training data),

Then our training data is [ X1, X2, X3, Xn ] and our validation data is [Y1, Y2, Y3, ]

This AI is especially dangerous for low-wage occupations like agricultural workers, cashiers, factory workers, d cooks and ones who are on the lower spectrum of the IQ range with higher risk of displacation, not doctors, lawyers, engineers and or any other high-wage occupation. Average-below average IQ mid-wits like me are in great jeopardy if front-end development languages such as including HTML, React, Swift, Java , React Native, and Flutter becomes automated unless I switch to backend development or add front-end skills AI hasn't covered yet under my toolbelt. However, a ML model could ingent similar webpages and generate code with webpages that can be hit or miss, but a web dev could polish and code specifically to what you want.

The competition for well-paying mid-upper tier jobs is already difficult enough from indians and whites, but throw artificial intelligence and software automation into the mix, and it will become a living nightmare.

Acemoglu, Daron, et al. “Ai and Jobs: Evidence from Online Vacancies.” NBER, 28 Dec. 2020,


"We study the impact of AI on labor markets using establishment-level data on vacancies with detailed occupation and skill information comprising the near-universe of online vacancies in the US from 2010 onwards. There is rapid growth in AI related vacancies over 2010-2018 that is greater in AI-exposed establishments/"

"We estimate consistent and robust changes in the skills demanded by high-exposure establishments. In particular, establishments with task structures suitable for AI cease to post vacancies that list a range of previously-sought skills and start posting additional skill requirements. This evidence suggests that some of the tasks that workers used to perform in these establishments are no longer required, while new skills are simultaneously being introduced. "

Frank, M. R., Autor, D., Bessen, J. E., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, (2019). Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
"One study assessed recent developments in AI to conclude that 47% of current US employment is at high risk of computerization and 45 to 60% of employment across Europe (27)
An interruption in the supply chain of well-educated cognitive workers may stifle an urban economy that normally attracts skilled workers. Therefore, it behooves policy makers to understand the connections between their local labor market and other urban labor markets to assess the resilience of their local economy

A good example of industrial automation replacing human labor are the AI robots responsible for registering your orders at McDonald's with an 85% order accuracy rate, and only 1/5th of orders requiring human interference, while the cooks are prepared by humans themselves. They will be replaced too on the condition that they minimize costs of human labor and increase efficiency and output with this mathematical formula:
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While a good example of software automation would be an AI winning a dogfight against a senior F-16 fighter pilot with more than 2,000 hours, with 4 billion simulations training the AI to adapt under any circumstances [https://www.sandboxx.us/blog/ai-wins-flawless-victory-against-human-fighter-pilot-in-darpa-dogfight/], or IBM's computer that beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov.
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I think software automation poses a bigger threat to humanity than industrial because manufacturing processes are laborious and the upfront cost of purchasing new equipment can be extremely expensive, although likely not worrisome for corporations if it benefits them in the long run. Both are dangerous in their own ways but industrial automation cannot function without software. I also predict there will be massive civil unrest among the masses if legislation for universal basic income reform is not passed.
 
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if the ChatGPT can already write boilerplate code this early, it will get even better at fully mastering other programming languages with time through the power of machine learning. Machine learning forces AI to learn and adapt without following instructions from other programmers through drawing predictions from patterns in data and are very dangerous in tandem with the exponential computing power of AI doubling every 3.4 months and dwarfing Moore's Law. If there were minimal learning curve for machine learning, training data inputted would l look like this:

X (Training Data)Y (Validation data)
X1Y1

X2Y2
X3Y3


with y (validation data), predicting some variable, x (training data),

Then our training data is [ X1, X2, X3, Xn ] and our validation data is [Y1, Y2, Y3, ]

This AI is especially dangerous for low-wage occupations like agricultural workers, cashiers, factory workers, d cooks and ones who are on the lower spectrum of the IQ range with higher risk of displacation, not doctors, lawyers, engineers and or any other high-wage occupation. Average-below average IQ mid-wits like me are in great jeopardy if front-end development languages such as including HTML, React, Swift, Java , React Native, and Flutter becomes automated unless I switch to backend development or add front-end skills AI hasn't covered yet under my toolbelt. However, a ML model could ingent similar webpages and generate code with webpages that can be hit or miss, but a web dev could polish and code specifically to what you want.

The competition for well-paying mid-upper tier jobs is already difficult enough from indians and whites, but throw artificial intelligence and software automation into the mix, and it will become a living nightmare.

Acemoglu, Daron, et al. “Ai and Jobs: Evidence from Online Vacancies.” NBER, 28 Dec. 2020,




Frank, M. R., Autor, D., Bessen, J. E., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, (2019). Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences



A good example of industrial automation replacing human labor are the AI robots responsible for registering your orders at McDonald's with an 85% order accuracy rate, and only 1/5th of orders requiring human interference, while the cooks are prepared by humans themselves. They will be replaced too on the condition that they minimize costs of human labor and increase efficiency and output with this mathematical formula:
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While a good example of software automation would be an AI winning a dogfight against a senior F-16 fighter pilot with more than 2,000 hours, with 4 billion simulations training the AI to adapt under any circumstances [https://www.sandboxx.us/blog/ai-wins-flawless-victory-against-human-fighter-pilot-in-darpa-dogfight/], or IBM's computer that beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov.
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I think software automation poses a bigger threat to humanity than industrial because manufacturing processes are laborious and the upfront cost of purchasing new equipment can be extremely expensive, although likely not worrisome for corporations if it benefits them in the long run. Both are dangerous in their own ways but industrial automation cannot function without software. I also predict there will be massive civil unrest among the masses if legislation for universal basic income reform is not passed.
Solid post. the ai will first automate all the lower IQ jobs but it is powerful enough to automate the high IQ jobs soon enough within a few decades as well. There will eventually not be a single job that the ai won't have automated under the sun. UBI or civil war against the rich are the only 2 outcomes. Hopefully we get the former.
 
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Solid post. the ai will first automate all the lower IQ jobs but it is powerful enough to automate the high IQ jobs soon enough within a few decades as well. There will eventually not be a single job that the ai won't have automated under the sun. UBI or civil war against the rich are the only 2 outcomes. Hopefully we get the former.
I for one prefer the latter
 
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Solid post. the ai will first automate all the lower IQ jobs but it is powerful enough to automate the high IQ jobs soon enough within a few decades as well. There will eventually not be a single job that the ai won't have automated under the sun. UBI or civil war against the rich are the only 2 outcomes. Hopefully we get the former.
I consider this a rare victory for those living outside of first world countries because they don't have the infrastructure to funnel money and resources into automation where the most common jobs are selling fruits and vegetables at kiosks, garment production, farming and transportation, etc.
 
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there is no reason bots that maintain and create new bots cannot be made eventually. And while the AI isn't fully sentient, it will be inevitably soon enough.
While the program is impressive, its scope remains narrow (even at large scale). All that will happen is that you will have more and more efficient bots at doing more and more specific tasks. Some of those tasks will be amalgamated, absorbed into other tasks, and streamlined, but ultimately you will never have a thinking, feeling machine that generates it's own, wider scope as a result.

Narrow AI cannot fundamentally cross the chasm into AGI (I think this is theoretically impossible), no matter how sophisticated and advanced it gets. It will likely automate and replace a slew of jobs at industry and enterprise scale, yes, but the scaling and commercialization will likely be met with political and social challenges.
 
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if the ChatGPT can already write boilerplate code this early, it will get even better at fully mastering other programming languages with time through the power of machine learning. Machine learning forces AI to learn and adapt without following instructions from other programmers through drawing predictions from patterns in data and are very dangerous in tandem with the exponential computing power of AI doubling every 3.4 months and dwarfing Moore's Law. If there were minimal learning curve for machine learning, training data inputted would l look like this:

X (Training Data)Y (Validation data)
X1Y1

X2Y2
X3Y3


with y (validation data), predicting some variable, x (training data),

Then our training data is [ X1, X2, X3, Xn ] and our validation data is [Y1, Y2, Y3, ]

This AI is especially dangerous for low-wage occupations like agricultural workers, cashiers, factory workers, d cooks and ones who are on the lower spectrum of the IQ range with higher risk of displacation, not doctors, lawyers, engineers and or any other high-wage occupation. Average-below average IQ mid-wits like me are in great jeopardy if front-end development languages such as including HTML, React, Swift, Java , React Native, and Flutter becomes automated unless I switch to backend development or add front-end skills AI hasn't covered yet under my toolbelt. However, a ML model could ingent similar webpages and generate code with webpages that can be hit or miss, but a web dev could polish and code specifically to what you want.

The competition for well-paying mid-upper tier jobs is already difficult enough from indians and whites, but throw artificial intelligence and software automation into the mix, and it will become a living nightmare.

Acemoglu, Daron, et al. “Ai and Jobs: Evidence from Online Vacancies.” NBER, 28 Dec. 2020,




Frank, M. R., Autor, D., Bessen, J. E., Brynjolfsson, E., Cebrian, (2019). Toward understanding the impact of artificial intelligence on labor. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences



A good example of industrial automation replacing human labor are the AI robots responsible for registering your orders at McDonald's with an 85% order accuracy rate, and only 1/5th of orders requiring human interference, while the cooks are prepared by humans themselves. They will be replaced too on the condition that they minimize costs of human labor and increase efficiency and output with this mathematical formula:
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While a good example of software automation would be an AI winning a dogfight against a senior F-16 fighter pilot with more than 2,000 hours, with 4 billion simulations training the AI to adapt under any circumstances [https://www.sandboxx.us/blog/ai-wins-flawless-victory-against-human-fighter-pilot-in-darpa-dogfight/], or IBM's computer that beat world chess champion Garry Kasparov.
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I think software automation poses a bigger threat to humanity than industrial because manufacturing processes are laborious and the upfront cost of purchasing new equipment can be extremely expensive, although likely not worrisome for corporations if it benefits them in the long run. Both are dangerous in their own ways but industrial automation cannot function without software. I also predict there will be massive civil unrest among the masses if legislation for universal basic income reform is not passed.
Give me an ability to chat with you. I am intrigued about this
 
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These robots would be useful for beta uprising.
Imagine seeing a bunch of robots entering a club full of sex haver scum normies and make no survivors.
 
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I think software automation poses a bigger threat to humanity than industrial because manufacturing processes are laborious and the upfront cost of purchasing new equipment can be extremely expensive, although likely not worrisome for corporations if it benefits them in the long run. Both are dangerous in their own ways but industrial automation cannot function without software. I also predict there will be massive civil unrest among the masses if legislation for universal basic income reform is not passed.
There will be massive civil unrest, but what's constantly exaggerated is the "threat to humanity."

It's a threat to society, not humanity. Humanity will do what it - and every other organism - does: adapt and survive, or become obsolete i.e., die off (UBI recipients won't have enough money to feed and raise children, so they too will die off as yet another mechanism of social darwinism).

We adapted to the invention of gunpowder. We adapted to the invention of the motor vehicle. We adapted to the invention of the microchip. We will adapt to AI. We will adapt to the industrial-scale, commercial applications of AI programs.

I will adapt. I don't know about the rest of you, but I can take accurate guesses. I would be more concerned about the social effects of this technology, than the economic ones. Thinking about the economic impact is myopic, relative to the social impact. The markets will adjust much faster than societies will, which means the impact of the changes will be much greater societally.
 
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There will be massive civil unrest, but what's constantly exaggerated is the "threat to humanity."

It's a threat to society, not humanity. Humanity will do what it - and every other organism - does: adapt and survive, or become obsolete i.e., die off (UBI recipients won't have enough money to feed and raise children, so they too will die off as yet another mechanism of social darwinism).

We adapted to the invention of gunpowder. We adapted to the invention of the motor vehicle. We adapted to the invention of the microchip. We will adapt to AI. We will adapt to the industrial-scale, commercial applications of AI programs.

I will adapt. I don't know about the rest of you, but I can take accurate guesses. I would be more concerned about the social effects of this technology, than the economic ones. Thinking about the economic impact is myopic, relative to the social impact. The markets will adjust much faster than societies will, which means the impact of the changes will be much greater societally.
I think automation will disproportionately affect those on the lower spectrum of intelligence, with those on the higher spectrum such as surgeons and computer programmers learning how to work alongside it i.e supervising autonomous systems at precision surgical tasks so they don't work as unintended or using AI software to generate a template code and making your own adjustments after. We are approaching 4IR with breakthroughs in robotics, AI, IOT, quantum computing. There will be no future for those with below average IQ's in a highly mechanized urban world. You will only be able to adapt if you can exploit your innate given talents or have a set of skills that a robot or piece of software can't perform cheaper and faster.

Unemployment benefits should only be given to those with an IQ or income below X number so funds are not misappropriated. I read a study somewhere that said 16% of the US labor force comprises of low skill labor jobs, so they should be prioritized for social safety net programs accordingly.
 
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Say across the whole economy over the next 30 years, there is 1.7% per year productivity growth. That would be a 65% increase over 30 years. Americans could then work 20% less, and make 32% more money than currently. As 1 * 0.8 * 1.65 = 1.32.

This productivity is why Americans are so much richer than people in poor countries. Because Americans are working at such a higher productivity. Eg.. an American farmer with a gigantic farm combine. Versus peasant farmers working with hand tools.
 
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I think automation will disproportionately affect those on the lower spectrum of intelligence, with those on the higher spectrum such as surgeons and computer programmers learning how to work alongside it i.e supervising autonomous systems at precision surgical tasks so they don't work as unintended or using AI software to generate a template code and making your own adjustments after.
Any kind of change will disproportionately and negatively affect those who are at a disadvantage to react and adapt to it. We didn't concern ourselves with how it disadvantages some portion of the population when other paradigm-shifting technologies, such as automobiles, were introduced and slowly started to become commonplace. I'm sure there were newspaper articles at the time about the number of horse-related jobs at risk of being obsolete in that industry. I don't see why we have to virtue signal now with AI and pretend we care. The world is cut-throat, sink or swim. Be ready for the winds of change, lest you be swept away by the hurricane.

It's true that in the future any job that a machine can do in place of a human a machine will eventually do in place of a human. However, this will not necessarily eliminate the human job. Governments will dictate that human input will have final say on any major decision an AI program makes in any critical field or area, such as medicine, where life and death is concerned. The surgeon, as you mentioned, will be one such job that will be immune from automation hostile takeover. The number of workers in an AI-immune job (defined as being made completely obsolete) may be reduced, but executive decision-making will always be in the hands of the human.

Business-wise, you will see more and more businesses transition to automation for jobs that previously were not thought to be automated. The reception lady, for example, will be replaced by something like an Alexa with a customizable hologram. Signatures and proof of ID/payment will be all digital, so there will be no human in need of interfacing with customers/clients and completing transactions. There will always, however, be a technician or manager present to perform diagnostics/repairs and to override any decision that is deemed erroneous, novel, or outside of the scope of the AI's programming.

We are approaching 4IR with breakthroughs in robotics, AI, IOT, quantum computing. There will be no future for those with below average IQ's in a highly mechanized urban world. You will only be able to adapt if you can exploit your innate given talents or have a set of skills that a robot or piece of software can't perform cheaper and faster.
This is not strictly true. Despite any technological advancements we may achieve at break-neck speeds, our biological evolution will be practically in stasis compared to it. We are still human with human needs, wants, desires, and flaws. One such need is the need for human contact. In service and entertainment industries (the jobs arguably requiring the least intellectual effort) there will remain a demand for the face-to-face human element. Robot waitresses, for example, will not be a thing in business and culture. There is some non-zero chance you may see them in countries like the US with a heavy tipping culture, however.

Unemployment benefits should only be given to those with an IQ or income below X number so funds are not misappropriated. I read a study somewhere that said 16% of the US labor force comprises of low skill labor jobs, so they should be prioritized for social safety net programs accordingly.
Truthfully, I don't care about the politics and policies surrounding such things. I'm not a statesman. Dealing with the social and economic fallout of this technology is not my primary concern.

Remember that none of the above is true AI in the science fiction sense that people imagine. Everything above in this post is technologically possible in our current world, though not immediately feasible or practical due to commercial and legislative constraints.
 
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