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There's a fear that robots will take our jobs. I just, I took a ride, I was in San Francisco, I took a ride in a Waymo vehicle, it's an autonomous vehicle, and I've done it several times, they're doing incredible work over there. But people flicked it off, off the car. So, I mean, that's a long story of what the psychology of that is. It could be maybe big tech, or what, I don't know exactly what they're flicking off, but there is an element of like, these robots are taking our jobs, or irreversibly transforming society such that it will have economic impact and the little guy will lose a lot, would lose their well-being.
Is there something to be said about the fear that robots will take our jobs? You know, at every significant technological transformation, there's been fear of an automation anxiety that it's gonna have a broader impact than we expected. And there will be, jobs will change. Sometime in the future, we're gonna look back at people who manually unloaded these boxes from trailers, and we're gonna say, why did we ever do that manually? But there's a lot of people who are doing that job today that it could be impacted. But I think the reality is, as I said before, we're gonna build the technologies so that those very same people can operate it.
And so I think there's a pathway to upskilling and operating, just like, look, we used to farm with hand tools, and now we farm with machines. And nobody has really regretted that transformation. And I think the same can be said for a lot of manual labor that we're doing today. And on top of that, you know, look, we're entering a new world where demographics are gonna have strong impact on economic growth. And the advanced, the first world is losing population quickly. In Europe, they're worried about hiring enough people just to keep the logistics supply chain going. And part of this is the response to COVID, and everybody's sort of thinking back what they really wanna do with their life.
But these jobs are getting harder and harder to fill. And I'm hearing that over and over again. So I think, frankly, this is the right technology at the right time, where we're gonna need some of this work to be done, and we're gonna want tools to enhance that productivity. And the scary impact, I think, again, GPT comes to the rescue in terms of being much more terrifying. The scary impact of basically, so I'm a, I guess, a software person, so I program a lot, and the fact that people like me can be easily replaced by GPT, that's going to have a. . . Well, and anyone who deals with techs and writing a draft proposal might be easily done with a chat GPT now. Consultants.
Where it wasn't before. Journalists. Yeah. Everybody is sweating. But on the other hand, you also want it to be right. And they don't know how to make it right yet. But it might make a good starting point for you to iterate. Boy, do I have to talk to you about modern journalism. That's another conversation altogether. But yes, more right than the average, the mean journalist, yes. .