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 @9KK5R3SRepublican  from Nevada answered…2mos2MO

I would feel nice to be living in a world where all basic necessities are provided by automated systems, but would like for some other things to be still managed by humans.

 @9KKPSHK from Texas disagreed…2mos2MO

These automated systems would take away the unique experience of being served by a human-- one that is personal and irreplaceable. Replacing these jobs with automated systems would also take away countless jobs from needy families and individuals.

 @9KK5922Independent from South Carolina answered…2mos2MO

I will be happy to be served by robots. Though it can make humans lazy it can be like a personal maid.

 @9KT3VCGRepublican from South Dakota disagreed…2mos2MO

We born as humans and, day by day everyone is gitting completly lazy and people are losing themselves.

 @9KK3YD9 from Utah answered…2mos2MO

I don't want to live in a world like that because then we lose human interaction and it becomes a technological world which could be a scary thing.

 @9KKB2PD  from Texas agreed…2mos2MO

as humans leaving everything to technology puts us and our future generations to suffer in knowing how to do nothing by ourselves and eventually becoming extremely lazy and unhealthy, yes technology is here to help make our tasks easier not to completely take away our basic responsibilities and turn our society into one of people who don't know how to take care of themselves

 @9KK5TDQ from Texas answered…2mos2MO

To a degree, it would be beneficial in various aspects. However, having the world run by technology automatically increases the lack of effort in humans as well as increasing reliance on technology. In the case of the disappearance of the automated systems, humans would be put in a detrimental state.

 @9KK4XBY from Ohio answered…2mos2MO

That would be nice but too many people would overuse this so I don't feel that this would work out well.

 @9KK4SSB from Wisconsin answered…2mos2MO

 @9KK4H29Independent from Illinois answered…2mos2MO

Don't know, have to see it in action before I make an informed decision.

 @9KK4MCJRepublican from Louisiana answered…2mos2MO


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