How robots eliminate labor unrest

Are you an employer experiencing labor unrest because of low wages or poor working conditions? The easiest way to eliminate that problem is to replace the workers with machines, according to this article:

Using Propaganda to Stop China's Strikes

After Hong Kong’s Milo’s Knitwear (International) added new Japanese knitting machines at its Dongguan sweater factory, it reduced line workers from 80 to 6. “All the headaches, the riots—gone,” says Managing Director Willy Lin. “Machines don’t complain about their salaries.”

This is why robots will always be the preferred worker, and new robots will be rapidly deployed to replace workers as soon as the robots become available.


The problem with robotic drones

The title says it all:

Drones: A deeply unsettling future

With the refinement of self-driving cars, drones on the street are not too far away.

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