>>26212654 If not for working all day we would not be where we are, is the point.
Robots currently cannot take over all jobs and they won't be able to until we have some kind of AI to make decisions. Until then people are never going to accept "It's fine that I work all day while Nigel Neetson shitposts at home, we both deserve the same amount of money"
Work is the human condition. Thousands of years ago you'd be struggling as much as possible with as much daylight as you could get to try to get food and shelter, let alone KEEP those once you got it. Now you got 8 hours to flip burgers. Get over it.
So, which jobs still need people, and which jobs can a computer handle?
All manufacturing short of artsy kinds (carvings, drawings, etc) can go to robots. Designers, including engineers, are still needed. Transport still requires human transporters, though loading/unloading/distribution can all be automatized. The service industry can be replaced, except for the chefs. It wouldn't be hard to replace chefs, either, after some dedicated research. Surgeons are the only element of healthcare that wouldn't vastly improve when changed over to a trained console. Teaching requires a human element, especially with the youngest children. Lawyers are still required, since the people will never accept AI juries and judges. Soldiers are required, but only for major missions. Most soldiers could easily be replaced with machines, or at least internet-driven equipment.
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