Almost half of all employable jobs will be replaced by robotic automation according to WashingtonPost. It’s not something to fear. Just something to keep in mind.
After all, new jobs will replace the old jobs robots are now doing. The best part is the old jobs will be repetitive and boring. The new jobs will most likely be focused on creativity and problem solving. Much more fun. And there will always be people who need to supervise the robotic workers.
To safely work with humans, “in 1942 Isaac Asimov set out three laws of robotics in his short story ‘Runaround’. The first law of robotics centered on the safety of people states: ‘A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.’”