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Bravo888
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A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.

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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
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If you are a white male, it won't matter, they won't hire you anyways.
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
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If you are a white male, it won't matter, they won't hire you anyways.
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Still not a excuse. When we get to the point of the useless vs the useful, gender and race will be irrelevant.
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.

Last Edited by Tainted Meat on 01/11/2019 04:33 AM
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Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


And then the Inland Revenue (tax) comes calling especially if you live in the UK

and believe me they are a nightmare to deal with. tounge
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Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


There will be a lot of useless people, because their work has always been a means to an end. Most retail workers will be gone. Good bye cashiers. Good bye fast food employees. Good bye clerks, bankers, and other useless professions. When the time comes, their lack of interest in a craft will render them useless. The intellectual lazy.
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


And then the Inland Revenue (tax) comes calling especially if you live in the UK

and believe me they are a nightmare to deal with. tounge
 Quoting: clock

Yeah. I report all my extra income. Otherwise it'll become a horrorshow. International money transfers are a red flag to the tax office inspectors.

Last Edited by Tainted Meat on 01/11/2019 05:14 AM
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
 Quoting: Bravo888


As a AI-developer myself, I can confirm that the low skilled jobs will be gone.
Everything that has to do with pattern-recognition, will be replaced.

But without credit, the system implodes anyway. Skilled or not, without money in the system, you can't pay a worker.

Better grow food directly.
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Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
 Quoting: Bravo888


As a AI-developer myself, I can confirm that the low skilled jobs will be gone.
Everything that has to do with pattern-recognition, will be replaced.

But without credit, the system implodes anyway. Skilled or not, without money in the system, you can't pay a worker.

Better grow food directly.
 Quoting: artMan


bots will be the farmers of the future
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
 Quoting: Bravo888


As a AI-developer myself, I can confirm that the low skilled jobs will be gone.
Everything that has to do with pattern-recognition, will be replaced.

But without credit, the system implodes anyway. Skilled or not, without money in the system, you can't pay a worker.

Better grow food directly.
 Quoting: artMan


bots will be the farmers of the future
 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Probably, but not for the "useless eater".

Or, you will get food, in exchange for a '0 kid' policy.
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Get a technical degree or craft right now. Stop putting it off, or your life will be horrible in the future. If the world doesn't end and AI doesn't take over, your low skilled jobs will be gone.

Duty is not the things you want to do. It is the things you have to do.
 Quoting: Bravo888


As a AI-developer myself, I can confirm that the low skilled jobs will be gone.
Everything that has to do with pattern-recognition, will be replaced.

But without credit, the system implodes anyway. Skilled or not, without money in the system, you can't pay a worker.

Better grow food directly.
 Quoting: artMan


bots will be the farmers of the future
 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Probably, but not for the "useless eater".

Or, you will get food, in exchange for a '0 kid' policy.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint china!!!
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As a AI-developer myself, I can confirm that the low skilled jobs will be gone.
Everything that has to do with pattern-recognition, will be replaced.

But without credit, the system implodes anyway. Skilled or not, without money in the system, you can't pay a worker.

Better grow food directly.
 Quoting: artMan


bots will be the farmers of the future
 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Probably, but not for the "useless eater".

Or, you will get food, in exchange for a '0 kid' policy.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint china!!!
chuckle

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 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Tell that to the CO2 maffia.

If you consume, you are the villain. Even i the US, or should I say, especially in the US.

If you will get free food, it will be a chemical soup to make you docile enough to love the government.
Kids will be out of the question because of the infertility from the chemicals.
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this aint china!!!
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Why would you think the elite needs more useless eaters?
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bots will be the farmers of the future
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Probably, but not for the "useless eater".

Or, you will get food, in exchange for a '0 kid' policy.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint china!!!
chuckle

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 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Tell that to the CO2 maffia.

If you consume, you are the villain. Even i the US, or should I say, especially in the US.

If you will get free food, it will be a chemical soup to make you docile enough to love the government.
Kids will be out of the question because of the infertility from the chemicals.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint nazi eugenics germany either!flag waverresistflag waver
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Probably, but not for the "useless eater".

Or, you will get food, in exchange for a '0 kid' policy.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint china!!!
chuckle

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 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Tell that to the CO2 maffia.

If you consume, you are the villain. Even i the US, or should I say, especially in the US.

If you will get free food, it will be a chemical soup to make you docile enough to love the government.
Kids will be out of the question because of the infertility from the chemicals.
 Quoting: artMan


this aint nazi eugenics germany either!flag waverresistflag waver
 Quoting: {/Mutariel\}


Are you sure?

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The bots growing food will belong to the people financing the development of the bots.
The food will belong to the elite.
What makes you think they will give away food to the dumb masses, to keep them alive when they have robots to replace them?
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I'm telling you guys, you will either become natives, or slaves to the technocracy.
There is nothing else left.
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Re: A friendly suggestion about the future.
Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


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Any skill is a good skill if you can sell it.

I recently attended a seminar on the future of work. Much of it was complete nonsense and blue-sky dreaming (as usual), but one thing that stuck to my mind was that traditional and local employer-employee relationships are likely to lose significance. Brief freelancing work will gain in importance.

If you have any marketable skills, the net allows you to sell them globally as a freelancer. A site like FiveRR is a good example. For instance, people who've got a nice voice and presence offer services like narrating your video from a script for you for something like $20. If you want to make an impact and sound like Darth Vader yourself, you can choose between a robovoice (horrible) or paying for a voice.

I don't see why this couldn't include making and shipping products in addition to services.

I have many skills in science and engineering, and I've been selling them on that site. An individual gig doesn't pay me much ($50-$500), but if I am active, they build up to nice additional income.
 Quoting: Tainted Meat


[link to www.fiverr.com (secure)]

hired banana2
 Quoting: Pentagonal#Triangle


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"People were always getting ready for tomorrow. I didn't believe in that. Tomorrow wasn't getting ready for them."
-Cormac McCarthy, The Road.
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"People were always getting ready for tomorrow. I didn't believe in that. Tomorrow wasn't getting ready for them."
-Cormac McCarthy, The Road.
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This isn't something to joke about. When you remain in your ignorance, your shortsightedness, then you will see that your fear for change is what holds you back. It's what holds humanity back. The world didn't end then, and it won't end now. What will end it are ignorance and shortsightedness.
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"I would rather you aim high and miss than aim low and hit."
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