They don’t want to be so dependent on people.

“We can’t find enough humans,” said Mr. Frolik, whose company, Linet, makes state-of-the art hospital beds sold in over 100 countries. “We’re trying to replace people with machines wherever we can.”

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/16/business/labor-robots-jobs-eastern-europe.html?mkt_tok=eyJpIjoiTURnek4yWmtaalUxWmpsayIsInQiOiJPQ3NJQ29PZFhHZmR1alJsNHJ6dnVcLzF0Q3lGQ3lOdjNFbDBaU2V4WDZZdlRybjJ2Sm5TZ09rRnlFSkFtVGVuNkNPWHJkd0JxZjgzWVBMWDRaOGRpMDVHWWhkKzBvV0V4eGlzK0V5Sk5YYWpcL0tUMkgxNExoSVNcL0RBXC9vUWFnRlUifQ%3D%3D

Folks, I am a guy that believes in technology and loves working with technology.

Sadly I spend my days as a janitor while companies say they can’t find enough qualified people.

But what gets me about these type articles is the stupidity.

If you replace all of us with robotics, who will buy your products when we have no income?

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