Richard S. wrote:anthony7812 wrote:This entire subject scared the bejesus outta me. So I grabbed it by the horn and did something about it. I'm the guy who programs and fixes the automated equipment. learning and working in the field let me tell you, the whole idea of automation fixing itself is abunch of ccccrap! It may autotune to temporally fix the issue but let me tell ya we are soooo many decades of a autovalve or solenoid fixing itself. So far I have never witnessed a prox switch change itself out lol. His geared more towards manufacturing so may not apply to all job fields. Like office workers, ever see what SAP can do???? I have watched that company eliminate lots of office jobs.
That's how things are now but that's not how they are going to stay, the inevitable march of progress can't be stopped.
I very so much agree, but not in any of our lifetimes. Its a scary fact how much will change but Not for a long long time. Costs too high and trust me this country doesnt have enough Technically Skilled Labor to make it happen... yet. Alot of bright people out thier, just not enough.