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at what point in the future can we expect human like androids to coexist with us in industry?

Hello and Good Afternoon Everyone,

           I am wondering at what point should we expect human androids to become mainstreamed within various industries of our society.  This question stems from the following link https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational/videos/749203651847444/  which is very thought provoking.  I am figuring we can not expect to see such an integration within our lifetime.

           George
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Hi GMartin,

 I read an interesting article about that, and i think we can't really know, but you can make your own opinion about that.

Here a link about what some experts think.
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George

Human robots reminds me of #1 from 1969 ..... likely before you were born
It's not an answer to your question but think what the lyrics could mean.

The last part where it speaks of "man has cried a billion tears, for what he never knew"........for what he never knew refers to man not knowing why on those billion tears.

It's a wonderful song and looking into the far reaching future. The images were added. The only ones that feature Zager and Evans are live performances or a still photo of them as the audio plays.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N03Uoj6p9QA
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Considering the way that Amazon treats their warehouse workers, one could also reasonably say that we already have robots in the workforce.
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Thank you everyone for your shared feedback.   Without a doubt, there were some very thought provoking answers here.

George