The Industrial Revolution revolution changed everything.
As a result, every industry in America is now using robots.
And they’re going to change the world.
But the job of the future, and the job that will ultimately change the entire world, is to keep robots out of your company.
And so that’s why we have to take a stand against this technology.
In a recent interview with The Associated Press, President Obama said he wants to give companies the tools to stop robots from stealing their jobs.
The president is on a tour of a robot-friendly factory in Michigan that will soon employ 1,400 people.
This will be the first of many robots that will come to this factory.
The robot will look like a human employee.
It’ll have the same basic functions as a human worker.
And it will be able to respond to human commands.
But what’s new is that the robot will be equipped with the latest artificial intelligence technology.
It will be fully autonomous.
It won’t even know its name.
And the president said this is the way we’re going forward in this technology transition.
And I think it’s important to have that conversation.
So the president will also meet with robotics experts to discuss the challenges facing the future of jobs.
And then we’ll also get together with leaders of other industries to discuss ways we can work together to create jobs and create the right conditions for innovation.
But this president has put his finger on one issue: robots are coming.
In the last couple of weeks, the president has announced an aggressive plan to cut the number of jobs that can be outsourced.
And he’s also put a big bet on robotics.
I want to tell you, the robots coming into the country are going to create a whole lot of jobs and bring us some much-needed prosperity and opportunity.
This isn’t just about robots, this is about a new economy that will produce jobs, create opportunity, and bring jobs back to America.
The fact is, we have more robots than people.
And if we’re not careful, these robots are going be able and will be taking jobs away from Americans.
So I’m going to be speaking today to a group of CEOs from across the manufacturing, manufacturing, and technology industries.
And we’re putting together a panel of experts who will be there to share their experience in helping to guide our industry in this fight against the threat of automation.
And as we’ve done before, the panel will include representatives from government, the private sector, academia, the research community, and industry.
This panel is the first time I’m ever having a national conference on the topic of robotics and innovation.
And what I’m saying to you today is that we have a responsibility to do something about it.
But we also have a moral obligation to create the conditions for it to happen.
So that’s what I will be doing.
First, we are going take a few weeks off.
And my first goal is to meet with the heads of industry to discuss how we can create the best environment for innovation and create jobs.
I will then meet with Congress to find a way to help make sure we’re keeping up with the advances in artificial intelligence and robotics that are being made.
And next week, I will meet with a bipartisan group of leaders in Washington to talk about how we’re helping create jobs for our young people, how we are helping them get ahead, how to protect them from the dangers of automation, and how to help them succeed in the 21st century.
I’m also going to meet in my first week in office with a group in the Oval Office to hear their vision for the future.
The vision for our nation’s future is to be a society that values innovation, innovation that helps make our lives better, and innovation that produces jobs.
This is what we need to do.
This has to be the new normal.
This should be our new normal, because when you create the new norm, you create jobs in your economy.
So let me start by saying the President and I agree on this.
I’ll start with one of the great challenges facing our country.
We have an aging population.
We’ve got people who are working longer hours for lower pay.
And many of our older people are also working longer, for lower wages, with no benefits.
They’re working for low wages in a low-paying job that is being automated.
And this is a serious problem that we can’t ignore.
And in a bipartisan effort, we’re trying to make sure that the government does everything possible to help older Americans.
We’re going after the bad guys in the middle class.
We are going after corporations that are making billions of dollars in profits.
And these are the jobs of the past.
The middle class has been hollowed out.
We need to invest in the young and create good-paying, high-skilled jobs.
We can’t do it alone.
The President has already said he’ll give companies some help with this.
He has pledged to increase taxes on the wealthy, including