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Busting Common Myths about Robots: Part I

Change incites fear. Since the industrial revolution, humans have been remarkably consistent about fearing the worst when new technology appears. We managed to survive 2001 without HAL taking over, and Skynet is still not self-aware. However, that doesn’t stop doomsday scenarios and misconceptions based on science fiction and entertainment news headlines to dominate technology conversations. Robots are among the latest victims of this fear mentality, but is the fear warranted? Take a look at several common myths that cause people to fear robots in the workplace.

Karen Smock
By Karen Smock
on Jul 25, 2016 7:00:00 AM
   
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