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The Rise of AI: No Humans Needed



Robots Taking Over

The once bustling warehouse in our small community is now operated by robots. These robots work tirelessly, 24/7, without needing breaks or vacations. They are incredibly efficient and never make mistakes. However, it's important to note that robots excel in environments where human interaction is not required.


The Rise of AI in Customer Service

Have you ever called a customer service center and found yourself talking to a robot? It's becoming increasingly common. AI robots are now answering phones and they have pre-programmed responses for any question you might ask. These robots are much more reliable than humans, who sometimes let their emotions get in the way of their work.


AI Authors

Believe it or not, you can now publish a novel without even writing a single word. AI programs are available that can write complete novels with just a few inputs from the human author. Simply provide the names of the characters, the setting, and a brief summary, and let the AI do the rest. It's like having a personal writing assistant!


Embracing AI, but with Limits

I personally believe in the power of AI, but I also think there should be a limit to its use. I'm not a fan of self-checkout at stores because it means free labor for the retailers. I value personal human interaction. There's something satisfying about talking to a cashier, even if they're overworked and underpaid. Having spent many years in retail management, I understand the challenges they face on a daily basis. They truly are amazing individuals.


Finding a Balance

I believe we can find a balance where AI becomes a tool to assist humans, rather than replace them entirely. However, this will take time and patience. We need to learn from AI robots and understand that humans can thrive alongside them. It won't happen overnight, as AI is still a new and exciting technology—like a toy to a child. But someday, we will find that perfect balance.


Author's Note

Fortunate for you, this post was written by a real live breathing human, although it was edited by AI. The editing was minor and didn't alter the original message in any major way.


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Dale Thele, Bestselling Fiction Author

Bestselling Fiction Author

Stories with an LGBTQ+ Twist

corrupting readers since 2008


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kingery
16 de nov. de 2023

I thought this article was very interesting. I especially liked the fact you don't use self check out. I hate them. Working with the public is often troublesome, but can be oh so rewarding.

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