Great Reset: World Economic Forum Declares the ‘Age of Human Robots Is Over’

Well, if you have a job, get ready for the :”Great Reset”, so you will have time to go to the zoo, watch Seinfeld re-runs and play golf or tennis.  Of course you will be homeless, since you will not have a job—economists are calling you a “human robot” and they want to end that.

““Take a walk into the future,” the World Economic Forum (WEF) implored users on social media on Monday, as they presented the Great Reset technological wonders which will free humanity from manual labour in favour of work which requires “understanding what it means to be human.”

Stuart Russell of the University of California, Berkeley said in the video: “We’re getting past the last 10,000 years where we’ve used humans, by and large, engaging only a tiny fraction of human abilities and forcing people into repetitive, tedious dead-end work for the most part.”

“So the age of human robots is over and we have to figure out a new age. That means dramatic changes to the structure of our economy and society,” he declared.

In extended remarks from the Global Technology Governance Summit, Professor Russell said that people shouldn’t be afraid of automation taking their jobs for the time being, saying: “The kind of AI that people are worried about taking all the jobs doesn’t exist yet.”

Yes, you might still have a job in ten years—but your children and grandchildren will not when they become adults.  Too bad these “economists” get paid to make silly remarks.

Great Reset: World Economic Forum Declares the ‘Age of Human Robots Is Over’

Kurt Zindulka, Breitbart, 8/3/21 

The globalist World Economic Forum has released a video in which three “futurists” predict what human life will look like after the so-called Great Reset, foretelling that technology will replace the “age of human robots”.

“Take a walk into the future,” the World Economic Forum (WEF) implored users on social media on Monday, as they presented the Great Reset technological wonders which will free humanity from manual labour in favour of work which requires “understanding what it means to be human.”

Stuart Russell of the University of California, Berkeley said in the video: “We’re getting past the last 10,000 years where we’ve used humans, by and large, engaging only a tiny fraction of human abilities and forcing people into repetitive, tedious dead-end work for the most part.”

“So the age of human robots is over and we have to figure out a new age. That means dramatic changes to the structure of our economy and society,” he declared.

In extended remarks from the Global Technology Governance Summit, Professor Russell said that people shouldn’t be afraid of automation taking their jobs for the time being, saying: “The kind of AI that people are worried about taking all the jobs doesn’t exist yet.”

Professor Amy Webb of New York University’s Stern School of Business predicted the increased use of editing genomes in order to “write a new code for life” and “redesign organisms for beneficial purposes”.

The professor said that this process has already begun with some of the coronavirus vaccines, which she noted: “make use of an engineered code in the form of messenger RNA”.

Webb went on to predict the use of “diminished reality glasses” which would enable the wearer remove unwanted things from their view, such as “garbage or other people”.

Mike Bechtel, Chief Futurist of the London-based Deloitte, said that “ambient” technology will always listen to your commands rather than needing to address specific smart speakers.

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Comments

  1. Really??? says

    It is interesting that the “work ethic” is more then a “job”.

    It is a passage of adulthood. Work one job then another. Do physical labor and then work in retail. It all determines both who we are and what we want.

    The human robot learned and determined. All one has to do is look at the youth of today and their phones and see the problem. No human interactive skills. No patience, if the answer is immediate drop it, and the list goes on.

    The greatest generation endured the Depression, and learning what work meant. You don’t rush a machine gun without both the understanding of how and the potential outcomes.

    AI and computer screens are not how the world acts. It is projection without consequences.

  2. In all due respect for alternative ideas, we all still should ask “Who the heck do these folks think they are?! Who the heck placed them in charge of what the future should look like?” The future should look like what individuals acting in their own and their families’ best interest say their future should look like. Being led by the nose by the self-appointed elite sould not be in anyone’s best interest. So, let’s ignore these self-designated Pooh-Bahs and support parents taking their kids out of goverment schools, people questioning the pros and cons of COVID vaccines, voters working on kicking out the Pooh-Bahs, small businesses and private schools refusing to toe the line of questionable requirements — the list of liberty-leaning people is long.

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