Social Robots replacing human workers is a Win-Lose situation. A win for the owners of the company because they get more money and they don’t have to pay human workers anymore, but a lose for the human workers because they lose their job and it might be a struggle for them to find another job to feed themselves and their family (If they have one). Imagine what the world will be in 100 years. Robots might take over most jobs! Hopefully that does not happen… Positive Effects: Robots might cost a lot but they are better than human workers for jobs (Usually). Robots usually get the job done faster and they will not make any mistakes at the jobs (Unless there is something wrong with the robot). Robots will also take up less space and they can’t take a sick day unless they break, and that is unlikely if the robot is good. Also with jobs that are replacing humans with robots, the job is probably dangerous so I guess that is good that robots are taking the dangerous jobs. Honestly, why would a human want to work at a dangerous job that could kill them? They must have not heard about that story where a human worker was crushed or they were cooked from a bread cooking machine… Humans are slower, are dumber, not as strong, have to be trained for their jobs before getting it, and make a lot more mistakes at there job then robots. So, robots are a lot better than humans when it comes down to their jobs. Negative Effects: If robots replace human workers, that means that the human will get fired. Humans usually have a family they have to support so it is not looking good when they come home without a job to a hungry family. It might be hard for the person to find a new job and they might lose their house because they have no job and can not pay for it anymore.
Facts: Did you know that robots are smarter then 90 percent of the human population in the United States?
Geography-Global Inequalities The Gates Foundation helps people to have healthy and productive lives. Also, they help people from getting out or from slipping into poverty. It helps global inequalities by helping to ensure all people of the United States can, and I quote, “Access the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life.” Another foundation that helps prevent poverty and for people to avoid poverty is Ontario's Poverty Reduction Strategy 92014-2019). Between 2001-2011 they redeuced poverty in Ontario by 25 percent.
The key information in this story is that James just moved from B.C to Ontario for private reasons. At his new school students keep asking why he moved, everything seems so different to him here at the school, and because of all this James is becoming stressed that effects his mental health when he abuses a bus driver verbally and earns a suspension. I believe that James could tell the kids at his new school that he is uncomfortable with telling them or anybody the reason why he moved away. James could also study at home for about a hour at home the way we do so he learns and understands more about the ways we learn here in Ontario. Also James could put in a hour or two of free time for him so the stress that is getting cranks down a notch or he could meditate to be relaxed. How do you act when you are stressed out and how do you help yourself by getting relaxed once again?
Music Mood Affect Music does affect your mood. I will prove it by putting examples of songs and then what you could possibly feel after you listen to it.
Skillet-Feel Invincible This song is made by a talented christian rock band and when you listen to this song you might possibly have the effect when listening to it of feeling a little aggressive, confident, and invincible (Pun intended for what the song is called). If you are about to do something important and you are nervous like for example when you are going to be presenting something in front of people you should listen to this song for a confidence boost. It might give you confidence because the beat of the song and the lyric ‘You make me feel invisible’, from the song. Lucy-Skillet This song is one of their softer songs. The melody and meaning behind it made me feel sad. Even when I did not know what the meaning was for the song it still oddly made me a little sad and upset. The story behind is it that when the lead singer was younger he got a girl that he loved pregnant and she had an abortion. They felt relieved for the first couple weeks but then guilt and sadness passed over them of what they did. It is very sad that they regret what they did and they can never go back and also because that actually did happen to the lead singer in the past. A daughter that was never born, lost to abortion. Stars-Skillet This is another of Skillet’s softer songs and the melody and lyrics might possibly make you feel relaxed, happy, and a little upbeat. It might make you feel like that because the instruments are not heavy metal and loud, but instead calming and relaxing.. Promise-Kid Ink FT. Fetty Wap This song is really upbeat and amazing. The beat just makes you happy and Fetty Wap’s voice is just so amazing and intriguing to listen to.
History-Gold Rush 1. I believe that the impact was that people became rich when they discovered the gold rush and got gold. 2. The groups that were affected by the discovery of gold were the ones who traveled over their to fulfill the desire of striking it rich. Most of them were left with nothing or they were unfulfilled of the small fortune they got from it. Some lucky people had strike it rich thought and were not greedy and accepted what they earned! 3. The impacts of the gold rush for Western Canada was that some left wealthy and some left still with the same balance of money.