Just something to think about whenever ISIS finally does attack U.S. soil. Rather than try to do something about it early on, the U.S. doused gasoline on the flames, thus spilling over into Iraq and now you got ISIS chapters growing in Egypt, Libya, Lebanon, Yemen, Nigeria and Afghanistan.
Plus, there’s a major humanitarian crisis of refugees flooding into Europe. Thanks to the Paris attacks, people living there are now paranoid about all those refugees being undercover ISIS fighters. Yea people fleeing from those who wanna kill them, and then turn around to kill the ppl willing to give them sanctuary?! Yea that makes lots of sense….
Continue reading DoD document on U.S. supporting ISIS 3 years ago
From the self-checkout aisle of the grocery store to the sports section of the newspaper, robots and computer software are increasingly taking the place of humans in the workforce. Silicon Valley executive Martin Ford says that robots, once thought of as a threat to only manufacturing jobs, are poised to replace humans as teachers, journalists, lawyers and others in the service sector.
“There’s already a hardware store [in California] that has a customer service robot that, for example, is capable of leading customers to the proper place on the shelves in order to find an item,” Ford tells Fresh Air’s Dave Davies.
In his new book, Rise of the Robots, Ford considers the social and economic disruption that is likely to result when educated workers can no longer find employment.
Continue reading Attention White-Collar Workers: The Robots Are Coming For Your Jobs