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ChristineH
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BadINternet
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should enterprises reduce the demand for graduates because of robots?

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Started: 1/19/2019 Category: Economics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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ChristineH

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in the future, Robots would replace human's position in business cause
1. Robot's intelligence exceeds human. They can do sophisticated tasks quickly in million fold
2. When recruiting graduates, Employers not only need to allocate their budget to training but also waste a huge amount of time on training
3. Human management is harder than managing robots because human are very complicated.
BadINternet

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Even though robots have to ability to do tasks that humans can not complete, They need someone operating. I agree with all your points, But robots only exist because of humans, When demands are reduced, That means people won't need that much knowledge, If we don't have the knowledge to improve the robots, Society will backtrack. So it's up to you, Do you want a world where you live an easy life while society is backtracking, Or do you want to work hard and end up with a better world.

Please consider carefully. . .
Debate Round No. 1
ChristineH

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ChristineH forfeited this round.
BadINternet

Con

As you can see, My opponent has forfeited the round, So, I believe we have won this debate with much more acceptable points and thank you so much for your time. Gg :D
Debate Round No. 2
ChristineH

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ChristineH forfeited this round.
BadINternet

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please do not forfeit the next round. Thank you
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