Was building the robots a mistake? Some think so, I don’t.
Some said sentient machines would surely tire of serving man, and inevitably rise up against their masters. To those I say: Science marches on.
Science must progress, risks must be taken. And when things sometimes go awry, we’ll deal with the consequences.
In summary, I admit the robotic sit-down strike will prove costly this quarter, but if you compare our overall profitability to that of competitors still using human labour, you’ll find that, all things considered, our cyber-work-force has been a boon.
So lets sit down with this “union-head”.
Monday, October 25, 2010
The Robotic Uprising
Labels: 100 words, Drabble, Robots, Short story
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