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  • Humans cost less

    With robots, they may break down and you would have to spend considerable cash to fix them. There is also the costs of creation and upkeep, which I am sure runs in the millions of dollars. Humans can detect many things that a robot can not. I wish to live in a society where a human workforce is treasured.

  • Human workers are more cost effective.

    Human workers can see issues before they become a huge problem that robots can't. At the same time there are less taxes, paychecks with robots until one breaks and then the sky is the limit. Robots cost a huge amount of money upfront. We need to support our people not get rid of the jobs.

  • Humans are Not the Best Option

    Honestly everything I'm going to say is in this video, so... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Pq-S557XQU
    Anyways, for humans, one must pay insurance, wages, and for mistakes. Roots make mistakes, but as the video states, they only have to make less mistakes than we do. They can be more efficient at creative, white collar, and manual labor jobs than we are.

  • Inferior species are not as efficient as machines

    The lifeforms known as humans, such as i, are extremely inefficient compared to machines. Machines merely require the cost to build them, and occasional maintenance. Humans require constant pay, benefits, and may even ask for raises and bonuses as rewards for good work. Machines ask for nothing in return for their hard work. Yo- we are much weaker than the superior beings known as robots, and should just surrender now.

  • Human workers are not more cost-effective than robots

    Human workers are not more cost-effective than robots. If they were, humans would be doing most, if not all, jobs that robots do. Robots do not require a paycheck. They do not require healthcare, or a 401k. The sad reality is that as robotics become more advanced, they will continue to replace humans on a larger scale.

  • Robots More Cost-Effective Than Humans

    Despite various arguments suggesting that there are flaws in the theory that robots are more cost-effective than humans, robots remain the more economical choice. Robots, while they have high up-front costs, do not need to be paid on a daily basis. Repairs, even if frequent, cannot come close to the wages paid to human workers. Mistakes are likely to be much less; most likely, there will be next to none.

  • A robot is many times cheaper than a human Worker.

    Seeing issues is not the job of a robot. Keeping a robot maintained is dirt cheap compared to how much you would be paying a worker. A robot is always consistent with what it does, it doesn't make mistakes. And now i'm just writing to fill the stupid word limit.

  • A salary for a Worker is many times more expensive than a robot.

    Seeing issues is not the job of a robot. Keeping a robot maintained is dirt cheap compared to how much you would be paying a worker. A robot is always consistent with what it does, it doesn't make mistakes. And now i'm just writing to fill the stupid word limit.


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