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Rise Of The Robots: Up From The Factory Floor
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nomii
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nomii,
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7/30/2014 | 7:03:40 AM
better late than never
I really missed the opportunity but hope that it will be available in archive. It is something worth to have knowledge about and hope fully more shows on the subject will be conducted soon.
ChrisMurphy
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7/30/2014 | 10:19:41 AM
Re: better late than never
It is avaiable for archived listening -- same URL, and you can read the chat that we had after the broadcast: 

http://www.informationweek.com/radio.asp?webinar_id=110
nomii
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nomii,
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7/30/2014 | 5:28:45 PM
Re: better late than never
@Chris thank you very much for the link. I have gone through and found it very informative but feels that going live might have been the best option. So hopefully I will be available for next shows on the line :)
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SachinEE,
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7/30/2014 | 1:02:06 PM
Re: this was expected
The 21st century is the time period where technology has made the widest stride but this fact might be different in the future. We have all sorts of technological stuff that can do work for us hence we have just become more lazy and with this getting worse, we do need something that can work for us at a cheaper cost but maintain a high production and robots are the best answer. I am quite certain that in a few years, the robots we see in movies will be walking in our streets for real.
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nomii,
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7/30/2014 | 5:26:56 PM
Re: this was expected
@Sachinee I agree with you but let me ask you at what cost. Do you feel that we are so much lazy that we cannot do things and asking robots to do the job for us. I believe with the success of robots we are going to but large number of people below the poverty lines as robots will definitey intially take the positions of less previliged class. ?


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