There is no denying that technology is taking over our lives. Most people don’t go a day without using technology on an hourly basis.
I often ask myself how did people cope without cell phones?
Technology is taking over and it’s also taking our jobs. Forbes estimate that machines and robots are taking 14.8% of jobs a year. I don’t hire anyone full time because some software can almost do their job. I have an editor who is a software, I have a headline emotional analyzer that is software, my printer and publisher is software, my statistics analyzer is software, my social media manager is a third machine, one-third software and one-third me, even my operator or assistant is a machine software.
I don’t need a team of humans because I have a team of machines doing a lot my tasks for me. I’ve cut 5 jobs through using machines. And I’m probably going to cut some more.
I’ve often wondered where is it going to stop, what are all these people going to do when machines, robots and software have taken their jobs? It’s a scary thought but is rapidly becoming a reality. Is it going to take your job one day? Is it going to take mine? If you curious there is a
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There are a few jobs that machines may never replace, like a counselor or psychologist, but I’m not ruling anything out. I’ve always been interested in psychology so I’m actually thinking about furthering my studies in this field to ensure I won’t get replaced.
I just invested in the very first of its kind and hopefully the ultimate website software. It’s the kind of software that Elon Musk, Bill Gates and Stephen Hawkings find scary and specifically invest in just to keep tabs on it. I don’t blame them, there have been countless movies about Artificial Intelligence, how it is going to take over our world and overthrow the earth destroying humans that we are.
Lucky for me www.thegrid.io is nothing like that kind of machine. This machine is a software that can design and layout websites. Thegrid website software is constantly learning and adjusting itself to serve its purpose better, whether that’s sales or generating leads or just showing off awesome images. According to comments it really sucks at SEO and can’t do marketing. But can do all the jobs that I’m not that great at. We should get on PERFECTLY. :)
The Grid AI website software is constantly learning and adjusting itself to serve its purpose better, whether that’s sales or generating leads or just showing off awesome images.
According to comments it really sucks at SEO and can’t do marketing. But can do all the jobs that I’m not that great at. We should get on PERFECTLY. :)
Besides the fact it does the things I don’t really enjoy, I invested in it because of the people who made it. Including ex Googlers, a guy who made one of the best and fastest growing blog platfoms called Medium and people who have worked with Microsoft and Nokia, just to name a few.
This software was supposed to come out in late spring (Northern Hemisphere) but with the delays it should be available in June or July. As one of the top third early adopters and founding members I will get hopefully try it before a few other people.
My first website with it is an art gallery online store which will hopefully compliment the dynamics of this site and use it to its full purpose.
If you curious about thegrid website software, the video sums it up really well and is pretty awesome. Enjoy :)
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