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Re: Less Engineers
Cadman-LT   2/5/2014 5:20:50 AM
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First it was the robots in manufacturing, now it seems its getting to engineers. At what point will it be we just let the tech do it all? People need work. Robots and computers don't. They don't have families and bills to pay.

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Re: Less Engineers
Cadman-LT   2/5/2014 5:16:11 AM
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I gues what I mean is.....if you can program an engineer into your pc....then why would you hire one? 

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Less Engineers
Cadman-LT   2/5/2014 5:13:48 AM
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Hey Cabe, is all of this new software going to replace all of us engineers? I am all for tech, but I don't like it when it takes away jobs. 

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