Video: How Many Jobs Will Robots Actually Take?

After a wacky sped-up history of artificial intelligence to the present time, the Axios report gets to the question many people are asking — will robots wipe out human employment, and if so, how soon?

This two-and-a-half minute video packs in a lot — importantly how large-scale automation affects people’s live and society as a whole. […]

Crime Victims of Illegal Aliens Are Noted by New York Times

It’s a pleasant surprise to see the New York Times publish a decent story about the crime victims of illegal aliens on Monday’s front page. True, there’s no photo of a murdered American or the bereaved family on page 1, but it does include a fine quote from Jamiel Shaw whose son was killed by […]

Senate Hearing Examines Scourge of MS-13 Gang

News reports have been stacking up about big MS-13 arrests since America’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions declared the gang to be a top focus for the administration’s law enforcement. In mid-May, it was reported that a nationwide six-week sweep enabled ICE to round up 1378 gangsters, of whom 104 were MS-13 affiliated.

The bad news is […]

Europe’s History of Islamic Jihad Should Be a Warning to America

Dale Hurd has been cautioning Americans about Islam for years from his travels in Europe, but his latest is more pointed and urgent than before. Perhaps he is disappointed by liberal judges blocking President Trump’s temporary time-out from Muslim immigration from several countries with low or non-existent levels of government supervision.

When the Brussels Airport was […]

Robot-Run Factory Specializes in 3-D Custom Printing

Behold: the future of manufacturing is within view! The good news is that it will occur mostly in the United States (and other areas of tech expertise); the bad news is very few human workers will be needed.

Below, a robotic arm tends a cluster of nine 3-D printers in the automated factory.

Yoo hoo, government and captains […]

Mexico Murders Reach 20-Year High for May

With all the media chatter about threats to America from Nork nukes and such, it’s easy to forget the ongoing dangers posed by our thuggish neighbor to the south. Breitbart had a chilling headline this week about increased cartel violence: U.S. Border Agents Warned of ‘Open Warfare’ with ‘Grenades’ in Mexico at Texas Border. Mexican drug violence […]

Douglas Murray Argues That Europe Is Committing Suicide by Diversity

Author Douglas Murray is making the rounds upon the release of his new book The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam, doing interviews and writing opinion pieces. His chat with Tucker Carlson earlier in the month discusses Europe’s curious denial of the catastrophe it has welcomed inside the gates.

Islamic invaders make clear their intentions […]

In Los Angeles Koreatown, Poverty Lurks beneath the Success

Los Angeles Times’ recent spotlight on increasing diverse homelessness has been a reminder of how open borders have turned the United States from a middle class society into the flophouse for the world. Foreigners enter illegally to obtain an array of freebies such as free-to-them medical care, even ultra-expensive procedures like organ transplants. The story […]

Los Angeles Homelessness Shows a Big Increase in Latino Diversity

The LA Times reports that hispanic homelessness is surging in the county, up by up by 63 percent in the past year, a jaw-drop number particularly when the total homeless population increased by 23 percent.

Certainly a string of really bad luck can put some people on the streets, but the exploding numbers of a certain […]

Resistance to EU Mandate of Muslim Immigration Hardens in Eastern Europe

The rumble is growing from nations in Eastern Europe that they will not submit to Muslim immigration being forced upon them by the EU bureaucrats in Brussels. Memories are long in the east, where barbaric Islamic rule under the Ottomans lasted for centuries. (One practice, Dershirme — the kidnapping of Christian boys for a life of […]

Collaborative Manufacturing Robot Is Introduced

Industrial robot manufacturers have a marketing problem: they want potential customers to be able to purchase the labor-saving machines without frightening the hired help. If employees think they are about to be replaced by a smart machine, unpleasant workplace tensions might result.

So manufacturers have to adjust their language to a non-threatening vocabulary. One choice has […]

Future Automation Plans Include Ocean Shipping

The death by a thousand cuts continues to shrink the employment universe even in the rather obscure maritime sector, where few people seek jobs at sea any more. A recent report noted that Japanese firms are planning an automation remodel for ocean-going cargo ships, just like the self-driving cars nobody asked for. Japanese shipbuilders intend […]

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