Showing posts with label robots. Show all posts
Showing posts with label robots. Show all posts

March 7, 2018


How many lives are saved by guns -- and why don't gun controllers care?

fromCreators: If states which did not have right-to-carry concealed gun provisions adopted them in 1992, approximately 1,570 murders and over 60,000 aggravated assaults may have been avoided yearly. 
2nd Amendment Assaults

VIDEO: Walter E Williams - The Morality of Redistribution

fromLibertyPen/YouTube: Problems of murder, mayhem and other forms of anti-social behavior will continue until we regain our moral footing.
Economic Policy: Statism Versus The Free Market    

Just like Vegas, authorities are hiding the surveillance footage of Parkland shooting

fromCreators: Just like officials have done in Las Vegas, authorities in Broward County are now surrounding themselves in secrecy and refusing to released the surveillance footage showing Nikolas Cruz attack the school.
The Government is Not Us     Police State America


Walter E Williams: Hidden Agenda or Ignorance?

fromCreators: Problems of murder, mayhem and other forms of anti-social behavior will continue until we regain our moral footing.
Political Correctness and Other Nitwittery     2nd Amendment Assaults


February 21, 2018


CNN and MSNBC helped Russia sow discord by promoting fake anti-Trump rally

fromMRCNewsBusters: A level of shamelessness that knows no bounds.
Media Bias on Parade      Politics and Other Official Acts of Corruption

The U.S. military will have more robots than humans by 2025

fromMintPressNews: Armed with a budget of over $700 billion for the coming year, the Pentagon’s dystopian vision for the future of the military is quickly becoming a question not of if but when.
Defense Versus The War Machine

VIDEO: Victor Davis Hanson - Immigration Reality

fromLibertyPen/YouTube: Professor Hansen shares a historical perspective as he relates the necessary factors for a successful immigration policy.
Politics and Other Official Acts of Corruption

Walter E Williams: Will Automation Kill Our Jobs?

fromAmericanGreatness: The number of jobs is unlimited, for the simple reason that human wants are unlimited — or they don't frequently reveal their bounds.
Economic Policy: Statism Versus The Free Market

Get ready for the war on meat

fromMisesWire: When placed under the microscope, the modern vegan movement has shown signs of increased politicization and a tendency to mesh with socialist causes. 
Political Correctness and Other Nitwittery

John Stossel: Success Academy

fromCreators: There is something wrong with a system, a monopolistic system that is not allowing kids to succeed.
Indoctrination and Censorship

Thanks To Minimum Wage Mandates, Carl’s Jr CEO Now Wants To Replace All Human Workers With Robots

Government forces low-skill workers to sidelines.  Looks like the little guy can teach a global fast food conglomerate a thing or two about running a restaurant. Eatsa, the mostly automated healthy, fast food bowl shop based in San Francisco, has inspired the CEO of Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s to rethink the traditional workforce—by replacing all   ... MORE

John Stossel: Regulating The Future

Government pretends it's the cause of progress.       Then it strangles innovation. We know government understands that new technologies are important. The military invests in robots and traffic cops use radar guns. But when the rest of us use robots or fly drones, government gets eager to put rules in place before things get   ... MORE

John Farrier: This Robot Keeps Store Shelves Full

In response to a $15 minimum wage.   One of the most common tasks for retail workers is to look at the shelves, see which items are low, and restock those areas from storage. Now that task may be partially replaced with robots. Simbe Robotics calls its invention Tally. This robot roams a store autonomously, scanning shelves, finding out which  ... MORE

Will This Burger Bot Smash America's Fast Food Jobs?

by Tyler Wells Lynch. The fruits of a high minimum wage. “Anything you can do I can do better. I can do anything better than you.” Forget Annie Oakley. That refrain may best apply to the robots that are gradually taking our jobs. The latest workers on the chopping block? Fast food line cooks. A San Francisco startup called Momentum Machines     ... MORE

John Stossel: Here Comes Tomorrow

Robots will make our future better.      Ray Kurzweil — inventor of things like machines that turn text into speech — has popularized the idea that we are rapidly approaching "the singularity," the point at which machines not only think for themselves but develop intellectually faster than we. At that point, maybe we no longer talk about "human   ... MORE

Why Seattle Is Wounding Itself With That Minimum Wage

by Steve Forbes.       Seattle is enacting a $15-an-hour minimum wage, which will destroy jobs, especially for young people, and bankrupt numerous small businesses that operate on tight profit margins. It will drive companies to substitute machines for labor. For example, expect more fast fooderies to put in automated kiosks to process     ... MORE

Seattle Ignites Robot Revolution With $15 Minimum Wage

by Scott Shackford.     Our labor participation rate is terrible and our economy shrank by 1 percent in the first quarter of the year. So it's the perfect time to raise the minimum wage to a degree unseen in America before, right? That's what Seattle has done. Yesterday the Seattle City Council unanimously voted to raise the city's minimum wage   ... MORE

Drone-Spotting Survival Guide Informs Citizens Of Threat

published in Russia Today.     A Drone Survival Guide with hints and tips on how to thwart the “robotic birds” has been published on the internet. With over 30,000 drones expected to be flying over the US by 2030, the Guide urges readers to familiarize themselves with the craft. In light of the growing number of drones, the Guide advises a      ... MORE

Eric Schulzke: Robots Vs. Minimum Wage

Low-skill workers can be easily replaced.        Even as pressure builds to hike the minimum wage, evidence grows that low-wage/low-skill workers may be dispensable in a world where automation of simple tasks is inevitable, syndicated columnist Jonah Goldberg said Monday. Goldberg cited the irony that just one day before the president delivered  ... MORE