This is the place to start, to get a sense of the power that automation has on a whole new level of responsibility – the way we think, act, and feel. You can imagine a conference happening at Sotheby’s in Las Vegas; it’s a great event, and it’s the only place to hear from people who are already fully informed before they even get in the car and take off the hood.
The speakers are all fascinating. While some are more “tech” oriented, others are all about the way people are able to live their lives. One of the most interesting speakers is one Rob Paine, a professor of psychology at the University of Southern California who spoke about the psychology of automation. He also spoke about the value and the importance of people as a resource to get work done, to reduce their workload and improve their lives.
Rob was able to talk about what it’s like to have a job that no longer requires you to have a job. He suggested that he is able to do what he does because people are willing to do what he does, and that he’s actually able to do that work because of people.
Rob was also the first speaker to speak at “Automation Conference 2017” at the University of Southern California. Automation Conference is a tech industry-focused conference which brings together companies, investors, and the general public to discuss the implications of technology and how automation is changing the economy and the way jobs are being created.
In the same way that you can’t have a car without oil, you can’t have an Amazon without people.Rob was the first speaker to speak at Automation Conference 2017 at the University of Southern California. Automation Conference is a tech industry-focused conference which brings together companies, investors, and the general public to discuss the implications of technology and how automation is changing the economy and the way jobs are being created.
He was one of the speakers invited for this year’s conference, and I was not expecting much from him. He has a lot of negative opinions about automation, although in the same way that I expected Elon Musk to have a lot of good things to say about AI and robotics, I was expecting an AI expert to speak. Instead, he was discussing the future of job creation and how automation is causing people to lose jobs.
There are two things that made me think this conference was going to be a disaster. The first is that I know I’ve been waiting for the right AI expert to speak on this topic for a while now. This is because for the last three years most AI experts and researchers have been talking about the future of jobs, but this is the first time that anyone is talking about the future of the jobs that people are losing.
It’s also the first time I’ve been to the conference, and I’m sure I’ll be hearing a lot about how AI is making jobs go away, but I didn’t expect to be so impressed with the speakers and the panel discussions. The two things that impressed me the most were that some of the panelists were actually AI experts (which isn’t too surprising as most AI experts are also human-focused), and there were quite a few AI experts and researchers among the attendees.
The conference agenda was pretty diverse. I went to one of the sessions called “Robotic Automation: What you want to know, what you need to know and how to get that information”, and Im not even kidding. They had a panel that covered the history of robots. I got a quick rundown on the history of the industry and why robots are so important to the economy. Its really interesting that a company like IBM is creating AI that works for human beings.
The history of robotics is a fascinating one. I find it fascinating that even today, humans are building robots that can do what we do on jobs we don’t get to do. I know I don’t get to do the things I do because of the jobs we’re not allowed to do, but I’m glad they’re creating robots that are doing the jobs that I should be doing.