If products are now on the course of being completely autotomized, what jobs will be on offer in the future? Will there be any employment, and who looks after the machines when they don’t need looking after anymore? These questions are always what come to mind first, especially when you see large-scale, clear & simple systems before your eyes. Technologies such as facial / objective recognition are becoming so much more common as do the cameras and the sensors they’re used with also develop in allowing organic process be fulfilled by machines of all kinds, especially when they’re driverless, awaiting a series of instructions.
There is still requirement for people to be at their desks, fulfilling day-to-day tasks that can become mundane, and repetitive. If there wasn’t anything to do if you didn’t have a job, just the same if you weren’t required because that line of work doesn’t exists anymore.
Technology get's better and becomes harder to read between the lines, as the lines become more and more defined. What are people going to do when jobs become autonomous? When they can't get work, what options do these skilled workers have? It’s important to begin the discussion sooner rather than later. Maybe unemployment will enable people to become more involved in their own creativity; family lives and a better, more stable life.