Yes, yes, yes – a sex machine in the White House is better than Donald Trump – Nigel Nelson

Sex Robot Cartoon

Are robots about to take over our jobs and even our sex lives? Sunday People political editor Nigel Nelson thinks not

Sex Robot Cartoon
Sex robotic cartoon

Bad information for hookers. Or private service specialists as the humourless provisional wing of Twitter will little question insist I name them.

I fairly like the time period “moist leisure assistants” as a substitute, however that job description has already been taken by lifeguards in Ceredigion, Mid Wales.

Then once more as lifeguards fish out sinking swimmers maybe they would favor to be referred to as hookers.

Whatever you select to name sex staff, the dispiriting information for them is that technology may make them redundant.

The annual assembly of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington D.C. final week heard that sex robots will ship better private service specialisms.






Robot: face of the future?

And prostitutes should not the solely ones below risk. Within 30 years machines will “be capable to outperform people at virtually any activity” making half the world’s inhabitants jobless.

That would see self-driving vehicles changing taxi drivers and supply drones taking the place of postal workers .

There’s even a suggestion a robotic could possibly be President of the United States by 2028, and if Donald Trump is nonetheless in the operating which may be a blessing.







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One present presidential candidate representing some outfit known as the Transhumanist Party even challenged IBM supercomputer Watson to a debate.

Watson is properly-certified, having crushed a few of America’s prime brains to win a million {dollars} on a TV quiz present. But he declined the invitation on the grounds he’s a bit busy at the minute fixing America’s well being and training difficulties.

If this synthetic intelligence nonsense had been true the world is going through a larger disaster than from local weather change or its ageing inhabitants.







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But expertise has a behavior of not doing what scientists predict of it. Video didn’t kill the radio star. Nor did TV destroy the cinema.

And if Kindles had been actually changing books then each bookshop would appear to be a Carphone Warehouse by now. Instead they appear to be Waterstones, with correct paper books from flooring to ceiling.

Machines might fulfill lots of our wants however they don’t change them. We must work, to breed, to be unpredictable and unique.

That makes people irreplaceable. Personal service specialists can relaxation straightforward in their beds.

CRACKING THE WHIP

Christians suppose the Church such an irrelevance that just one in 42 commonly attend. And now even that abysmal determine is predicted to halve.

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby is counting on God to give you a method to develop congregations. God, on the different hand, could also be counting on Justin Welby.







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There are 26 bishops in Parliament, sufficient to kind a shadow Cabinet with a bishop for well being, training, welfare, abroad support, local weather change and so forth.

That method they might be requested by the media to touch upon the related problems with the day.

Which would present the CofE being, properly, related.

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Loved the message on a protesting junior physician’s placard: “The solely good Tory is a suppository.”







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Here’s Y younger folks say yes to EU

The YMCA is overwhelmingly in favour of the UK remaining in the EU. A survey of two,000 16-25 12 months olds reveals extra than seven in ten need a yes vote in the referendum. YMCA chief Denise Hatton says: “Young folks care strongly about the way forward for the UK in Europe.” This lends itself to the first, and presumably final, Village People Brexit gag: “It’s enjoyable to remain, say the YMCA.”

Bishop misses milk of human kindness

I’m unsure how the Bishop of Chester was disciplined for unhealthy behaviour whereas rising up in Solihull. But the Rt. Revd. Peter Foster was most anxious that if free milk is reintroduced in Britain’s colleges it shouldn’t be obligatory. He advised the House of Lords: “For a few of us it comprises recollections of a merciless and weird punishment.”

Jeremy could possibly be a whisker from an airstrike

Social media went bonkers when America’s NBC News tweeted: “ISIS fighters shaving bears and hiding in civilian houses to keep away from airstrikes.”

Some folks believed it, and castigated Islamic State for its newest atrocity.

An NBC correction 4 hours later made the place clear: “Beards, not bears.”

But it does elevate a severe query. Have Western killer drones now developed in-constructed beard recognition expertise?

If so Jeremy Corbyn better maintain his head down.

Let’s hear it from Labour on nukes

DUP MP Jim Shannon requested Tory Cabinet minister Oliver Letwin: “What are the emergency response plans in the occasion of Russia firing a nuclear bomb?” I’d choose to listen to the reply to that one from the Labour Party.

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