Next-Gen Workers, From Receptionists to Psychotherapists

By: Michael Hines - Published: Apr 3, 2010   Updated: Jul 25 2011
Don't you dare call any of these career-focused robots lazy. They work hard for the money, treat them right.

Most robots are lazy showoffs--they exist and then call it a day. These career-focused robots know that it's a dog-eat-dog world out there, and there's no such thing as free Kibbles n' Bits. From robot receptionists to psychotherapist bots, see all the ways that career-focused robots are replacing humans.

Implications - These career-focused robots turn industrial reality into the worst nightmares of its workers, having the potential to replace humans in the working world. The computerized people are programmed to work the way that humans do, and their capacities may even surpass those of human intelligence. Stats for 115 Career-Focused Robots Trending: Older & Mild
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