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trevor borocz johnson

Could your job be something customers could do from a computer? 

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RoofGardener
26 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Could your job be something customers could do from a computer? 

No. 

Because computers don't make mistakes :D 

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seanjo
30 minutes ago, trevor borocz johnson said:

Could your job be something customers could do from a computer? 

No. I'm a mechanic by trade. No machine at present can do what I do.

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XenoFish

I'm a machinist. I make the computer do the work for me.

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Piney

I'll be long dead by the time they make a robot who can use a chainsaw like a katana. 

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trevor borocz johnson

The biggest careers are manufacturing, engineering, medicine, financial, transportation, then food industry, protective services like securtiy, teaching, then jobs that make up less then 2% like farming, lawyers, and entertainment.

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rashore

Yes and no. I got a few jobs. For one job, parts of my job can be done by the customers using computers, and some parts still requires a human to do it. Another job is all human, computers won't replace it. Another job could potentially be done via robots, but would still require a lot of human oversight. And yet another job is one that could be done almost entirely by robots, but tec isn't really there yet at a consumer level to use it yet.

Some of the jobs I've had in the past could be done a lot with computers, some would require robots, some have been taken over by automated systems, and some still require humans without any sign of that changing any time soon.

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RoofGardener
On 15/07/2018 at 7:26 PM, Piney said:

I'll be long dead by the time they make a robot who can use a chainsaw like a katana. 

Of course, you could be long dead because   you where trying to use a chainsaw like a katana :D:P 

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Opus Magnus

A computer can never replace my job.

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oldrover

Nope, and apparently the same is true for the people who came up with our multi-billion pound IT system.   

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