By 2020, the human race will be almost extinct.
But that’s not stopping some from wanting to live as we did for thousands of years.
A new book, ‘Human Life After’ by Daniel Kavanagh and Peter H. Ruediger, argues that the next 50 years will be dominated by machines that have been designed to help us do all sorts of tasks we used to do ourselves.
A robot called the Tic Tac-Tac could be used to help humans with a variety of tasks, including helping with the delivery of medicines.
The robot could also help people with certain diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and Parkinson’s disease.
The book argues that humans need robots that can do everything from helping people get to their doctor, shopping and even delivering parcels to their homes.
Ruediger and Kavanaugh argue that machines are already working on many of these tasks.
They cite the example of a machine that helps farmers with planting, harvesting and packaging crops.
This machine is able to work with soil, soil conditions and temperature, and can even take photos to show how it is working.
Ruelghes also cited an example of an automated vehicle that could help people get around a city.
These machines could be programmed to assist drivers on the road with traffic control and other functions, such as making sure no cars cross into the road.
We’ve been talking about robots for a long time, but have we really had to think about them as an integral part of our everyday lives?
I think we’ve already reached the point where humans will be very comfortable with robots.
I think it’s not far off.
Robots have been around for a very long time and there’s no reason to think they’ll be anything different in the next couple of decades.
What are your thoughts on the potential for robots to take on our jobs?
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