Because robotic technology is advancing at a rapid pace, humanoid robots with advanced systems of coordination and vision soon will take over every position of the humblest works. However, other experts believe that a technological revolution will mean that computer programs also replace those with “white collar workers ” in fields such as management, accounting , medicine and law.
In Sasebo, Japan there is a hotel that doesn’t look like an ordinary Travelodge where you have a friendly receptionist and the waiter with the widest smile. The hotel (Henn-na Hotel) offers all the services of a normal hotel but instead of human it is managed by a troop of super-future humanoid robots. “H/T”: designtaxi, dazeddigital
According to Sawada, “The robots still can’t make beds,” The “creepy” clock is ticking dear lazy penguin, in the beginning we saw it in supermarkets then with the auto vending machines. I bet that in a couple of years (probably 10) everything will be automatized.