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Well it would hurt the bottom line - you're not here to sell good coffee but to make money after all tard
See attali and his one-legged trousers joke Smile
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It's the financialization of the whole world basically.
Although I must admit that most people can't make the difference between a real coffee and some poisonous black piss, but an honest man would not just use that as an excuse to serve them the latter.

I don't know what to say .. it seems there are no more honest men left, we are all merchants now Sad
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(02-07-2019 09:48 AM)Leonard D Neubache Wrote:  The real trouble here is the rotating workforce. I'd like to imagine people are moving ahead with their lives and getting better jobs but based on the service quality I'd say they're all being fired and re-hired somewhere else in a never ending merry-go-round of shit-tier employment.

So you can go back to the place where you got great coffee last week but now there's a different chick serving and you're back to square one.

There must be something about running businesses that escapes me. I keep thinking "why don't you guys pay a bit above minimum wage and get good employees that will stay longer than a month, provide good service, stop you having to train new bozos and keep your customers happy" but if it were that simple surely some of these businesses would be doing it already.

I can at least speak of the Portuguese situation, which I assume resembles the rest of Western Europe. There's very few incentives to do that, and still wouldn't improve the quality employees that much, because taxes are so high that even if you raise salaries you'll pay a lot more taxes but the net salary of the employee would still be very low, so it's not much of an incentive; plus automation can easily replace these people anyway. I've started to see coffee shops and stores where you don't give your money to the cashier (it doesn't even makes sense to call them this anymore), you put your money in a machine that gives you the exact change. The person is there to get the food, coffee, whatever, from the kitchen or counter to you. You can get decent coffee (expresso) in Portugal pretty much anywhere, but a lot of them are now based on single-served Nespresso machines, so the waiter doesn't really matter. Even if an employer wants to give higher end service, he either has to raise prices to cover the higher costs, which is risky, or the external pressures of competitors implementing cheaper measures will drive him to do the same - or go out of business. Besides, these types of jobs are now obviously 'transition' jobs. No one thinks, or can realistically expect, anymore to work in something forever - much less service jobs. I still remember the neighborhood convenience store being operated by the same old guy that had been there since who knows when, probably hired when he was 14 or something. This doesn't exist anymore, because you can't support a family on that salary, and besides, these kinds of small businesses (even coffee shops) are being driven out by larger chains that are the same anywhere and have a competitive advantage because of their numerous locations, optimized processes, legal and fiscal teams, etc. The trend exists in all industries: uniformization and consolidation.
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These are 10 professional jobs that are threatened by advances big data and machine learning, according to Forbes.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/bernardmarr...-big-data/

Quote:1. Healthcare
Some aspects of a doctor’s job can now be done by computers. For example, surgeons already use automated robotic systems to aid with less invasive procedures. IBM ’s Watson proved it can diagnose lung cancer from analyzing MRI scans much more reliably than real people. In addition, the UCSF Medical Center recently launched an automated, robotics-controlled pharmacy at two UCSF hospitals that automatically dispense prescriptions based on barcodes scanned by nurses. In fact, Johnson & Johnson has an FDA-approved device that can deliver low levels of anesthesia automatically — no anesthesiologist required.

2. Insurance
Much of what insurance brokers and insurance underwriters do today can be done by computers using big data and machine learning. Formulas have been used for decades to determine how much insurance a person is qualified for and at what rate, but new tools will automate the decision-making process even more.

3. Architects
Programs already exist to help individuals design their own homes, making architectural skill and even design and color choices more automated. For now, most people are using the software mostly as a visualization tool, or to replace architects for very small projects. But as the sophistication of the programs improves, so will the need for human architects and designers diminish.

4. Journalists
Much of what journalists do can now be automated using machine learning tools such as narrative science that creates natural language news stories from analyzing data. In fact, if you’ve read a financial earnings report in the past year or two, you’ve probably read an article or press release generated by a machine. The first places these programs will be used is in financial and sports reporting, which rely heavily on data and numbers, but other fields are not far behind. Services are already appearing that “scrape” content from news sites and “rewrite” it to avoid outright plagiarism but include the same content for websites.

5. Financial industry
Algorithms can now analyze financial data and prepare accounts (as well as do tax returns) — without the need for accountants. Bank tellers have already been partially replaced by ATMs, but soon even higher level bankers, including loan officers, could be easily replaced by automated systems. Even governments are now using big data and machine learning to check tax returns and identify potential fraud in tax matters. We know that computers are already being used to make stock trades faster than humans ever could and they’re even used to predict how the market will react and make recommendations whether you should buy or sell.

6. Teachers
The job of teachers will definitely change with the digitization. Studies have already shown that algorithms used to customize leaning to individual pupils based on their progress and understanding can be more effective than a human teacher. While this may be a boon to school districts desperate to find qualified individuals to teach, it may also eventually reduce the role of classroom teacher to that of proctor or babysitter — or eliminate it altogether.

7. Human Resources
Human resources, headhunting and hiring is already being affected by data mining as algorithms take on the job of sorting through resumes to find the perfect candidates. Other jobs of human resources, including collecting and filing paperwork, advising employees about benefits, etc., can easily be automated.

8. Marketing and Advertising
Marketing is all about that most human of skills, persuasion and manipulation. But even that is being successfully outsourced to computers. Persado, a natural language software firm, has put its computers to the task of writing compelling email subject lines for large retail organizations that can as much as double open rates. Companies are also experimenting with automated ad buying: instead of having people choose which magazines to place ads in and on which pages, the computers take care of it, using billions of data points for reference.

9. Lawyers and Paralegals
In the discovery phase of a lawsuit, lawyers and paralegals can be required to sift through thousands, even tens of thousands of documents depending on the case. Now, sophisticated databases can use big data techniques including syntactic analysis and keyword recognition to accomplish the same tasks in much less time. In fact, it’s likely that a Watson-style machine learning system could be legally “trained” to review precedent and case history and even draft legal briefs — which has traditionally been the job of lower level law firm associates. But don’t think it’s only the lowly junior associates whose jobs are at risk: lawyers are well paid now to predict the outcome of major cases, but a statistical model created by researchers at Michigan State University and South Texas College of Law was able to predict the outcome of almost 71 percent of U.S. Supreme Court cases. That ability to predict outcomes is possibly the most valuable (and lucrative) service lawyers provide, and it was easily matched by a computer.

10. Law Enforcement
Predictive policing is a hot-button topic. Many critics say that predictive policing is an infringement of civil liberties, but it’s not all as “Minority Report” as many people believe. In 2003, the same sorts of algorithms retailers like Wal-Mart use to predict demand for products was used to predict demand for police presence in New York City on New Year’s Eve, and the results were striking: 47 percent fewer random gunfire incidents, and a $15,000 savings in personnel costs during the 8-hour period. Better risk prediction could decrease the number of officers needed at any given time and for any given department.
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I didn't see this coming. Are we too critical of the World Economic Forum? The founder is open to right-leaning ideas and individuals. A movement at the forum dubbed Alt-Globalization.

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https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/ec...globalists

Quote:Over the past two years, the founder of the World Economic Forum has extended his hand to the right-wing advocates of alternative globalisation. The 80-year-old engineer and economist Klaus Schwab last year defended Trump and this year warmly introduced Bolsonaro for his Davos debut. Schwab has absorbed the talking points of right-wing critics into his own lexicon. He dropped a statement into a 2018 interview with the Wall Street Journal that echoed the Leave campaign, arguing that “people want to have control back. And they want not to be dictated to by Brussels in everything that they are doing.” Some have accused Schwab of faking populism. Yet there’s reason to believe he’s for real.

The cynical view: the WEF now has token populists in attendance to show how diverse they are in an auditorium full of lefties.
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If the Democratic Socialists of America have their way, "guaranteed income" is included in their Green New Deal resolution for all those unable or unwilling to work within the next 10 years. Curious what they consider a family-sustainable wage? Renting a room in San Francisco costs about $30K a year and earning a combined income of $100K year is considered "low income" for a family in the Bay Area.

Quote:HUD says a family of four in San Francisco or San Mateo County with an income of $105,350 is considered “low income.”

For Alameda and Contra Costa County, $80,400 is considered low income.

More here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_New_Deal

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"Adequate" is an opinion and while most lower class citizens of first world nations expect they'll be getting an improvement what will actually be the case is that virtually everyone except the elites ends up in second world North Korea style concrete box apartments where it's just barely warm enough to survive in winter and just barely cool enough not to go insane in summer.

When even a socialist uses a word as ugly as "adequate" you know you're fucked.

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Trump the Globalist?

People are talking about Trump's comments at the SOTU regarding his support for increasing legal immigration to the "largest numbers ever" -- opposite to the reductions he said he would do before getting elected.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/...-we-agree/

Here's Trump expanding on that...

Quote:“We need people in our country because our unemployment numbers are so low and we have massive numbers of companies coming back into our country,” Trump reportedly told the media this week.

“I need people coming in because we need people to run the factories and plants and companies that are moving back in,” Trump said. “We need people.”

Basically, forget higher wages for all Americans... we need to be competitive in the Global market is what he's saying. It's a win-win for corporations and shareholders. Has anything changed lately with workers being asked to work less than 35 hours week so they're not considered full-time and be eligible for benefits?

Breitbart reports:

Quote:Every one percent increase in the immigrant composition of an American workers’ occupation reduces their weekly wages by about 0.5 percent, researcher Steven Camarotta concludes. This means the average native-born American worker today has their wage reduced by perhaps 8.5 percent because of current legal immigration levels.

Likewise, every one percent increase in the immigrant composition of low-skilled U.S. occupations reduces wages by about 0.8 percent. Should 15 percent of low-skilled jobs be held by foreign-born workers, it would reduce the wages of native-born American workers by perhaps 12 percent.
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Trump just reads stuff handed to him by President Kushner.
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(02-08-2019 01:13 PM)Avoy Wrote:  Trump the Globalist?

People are talking about Trump's comments at the SOTU regarding his support for increasing legal immigration to the "largest numbers ever" -- opposite to the reductions he said he would do before getting elected.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2019/...-we-agree/

Here's Trump expanding on that...

Quote:“We need people in our country because our unemployment numbers are so low and we have massive numbers of companies coming back into our country,” Trump reportedly told the media this week.

“I need people coming in because we need people to run the factories and plants and companies that are moving back in,” Trump said. “We need people.”

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Sweet Christ tell me he didn't actually say this? Combined with the feminist bullshit and ww2 crap I think we might have totally lost him. It's only been barely over 2 years. But hey at least we're fighting antisemitism and white nationalism right guys?

I wonder what other goodies I missed in this SOTU.

Nationalist my ass.
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Exactly, you know, a worker surplus is good ... for the chamber of commerce and the multinationals

smh too

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It just occurred to me... Democrat's talk of "reparations" to Blacks is really just a Universal Basic Income (UBI) program wrapped in a Social Justice cloth. No matter what they call it its intention is "to break the cycle of poverty."

https://abc7chicago.com/5127392/

UBI will also be pitched to working-class Americans once automation and AI knock people's wages and job opportunities further down. UBI is currently being tested in countries like Brazil and Italy. It's an interesting space to watch.

Supposedly, a "robot tax" -- not unlike the "carbon tax" -- is going to help pay for these welfare programs.



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(02-08-2019 02:15 PM)nomadbrah Wrote:  Trump just reads stuff handed to him by President Kushner.

Could be. Also, Ramzpaul has a theory. Ivanka is Trump's Madonna figure. He loves no one more in the world. His positions can easily change or evolve based on her and her husband's influence. Hence, Trump's backing of Israel, Women's Empowerment, etc.



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Never mind your concerns about AI's impact on jobs and society... Trump believes it is of "paramount importance" to America's national security and is backing big-tech in their endeavors 100%.

https://www.rt.com/usa/451241-trump-order-ai-dominance/

Quote:A new executive order signed by Trump on Monday warns the US government against falling behind its strategic competitors in the race for AI supremacy. The order says that “continued American leadership” in the high-tech sector is of “paramount importance to maintaining the economic and national security” of the US and it is the Trump administration policy to “sustain and enhance” it.

The freshly-signed document outlines five principles to guide the US federal agencies as they embark on implementing the ambitious plan. One is to “train current and future generations of American workers with the skills to develop and apply AI technologies” as well as to nurture public trust in AI.

Pro-women empowerment, pro-migration, pro-AI... so what other Globalist initiatives is he currently or going to be backing soon?

Meanwhile, Hungry just came up with a brilliant way to increase child birth rates without have to import outsiders.

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I think it's fair to say at this point that the US will continue to morph into whatever it wants to become for competitive advantage on the world stage under the guise of the economy and national security. As you know... being #1 is of "paramount importance." USA! USA! USA!
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Trump was always a corporate nationalist, as in, the nation is only as good as the corporation it serves.

National interests are corporate interests and corporations only care about the collective.

European descendents are simply not profitable at the moment. They consume too much and produce too little. The independents that actually produce value for a comunnity are a statistic nuisance. And regardless, the only community the corporation cares about is a global one, the more unified and homogenized the better, as it's easier maintain. So those will be exploited until they are wiped out. The rest will either be part of the elite or mix into the unifed, anything but human, race.

But do not worry, every country is on the same train, or will be eventually, with or without nationalists.

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People are waking up and not buying the propaganda. Will YouTube censor and come to the rescue? The dislikes are strong with this one. I'm refraining from watching it -- just quickly scrubbed through.

"Awareness is growing that climate impacts and hits women and girls the hardest...."

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Did someone say GLOBO-HOMO?

So Trump is not only supporting women empowerment across the globe he now feels the need to help gays as well.

Apparently, the US has shifted its strategy from regime change to culture reassignment to put pressure on "the bad guys." He's taking a page from the USSR's Subversion Playbook (h/t Yuri B.). Devout Muslims and terrorists are going to love us.

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https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/nationa...ty-n973081

Quote:Trump administration launches global effort to end criminalization of homosexuality

The Trump administration is launching a global campaign to end the criminalization of homosexuality in dozens of nations where it's still illegal to be gay, U.S. officials tell NBC News, a bid aimed in part at denouncing Iran over its human rights record.

U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the highest-profile openly gay person in the Trump administration, is leading the effort, which kicks off Tuesday evening in Berlin. The U.S. embassy is flying in LGBT activists from across Europe for a strategy dinner to plan to push for decriminalization in places that still outlaw homosexuality — mostly concentrated in the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean.

“It is concerning that, in the 21st century, some 70 countries continue to have laws that criminalize LGBTI status or conduct,” said a U.S. official involved in organizing the event.

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That list includes the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan and Afghanistan — all U.S. allies — although those countries aren’t known to have implemented the death penalty for same-sex acts. In Egypt, whose leader Trump has effusively praised, homosexual relations aren’t technically illegal but other morality laws are used aggressively to target LGBT people.

New U.S. pressure on those countries to change their laws comes as the Trump administration is working to use nascent ties between Arab nations and Israel to form a powerful axis against Iran, a strategy that dovetails with the administration’s planned rollout of an ambitious plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace.
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4d chess... Get all the queer/pedophile/bestiality activists to the embassy... Take then to the roof... See who can fly (we still believe in 4d chess right?)
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4D chess is much more likelihood in this instance, although given the predictable NPC scripting its More like regular chess.

He succeeded in prompting the left to tear at itself on this issue. Gawker comment sections show MASSIVE infighting.
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(02-21-2019 08:32 AM)Easy_C Wrote:  4D chess is much more likelihood in this instance, although given the predictable NPC scripting its More like regular chess.

He succeeded in prompting the left to tear at itself on this issue. Gawker comment sections show MASSIVE infighting.

That's all well and good, but Twitter arguments aren't worthy of a worldwide pedophile liberation campaign.

Yes, I know P hasn't been added to the long list of letters after LGBT (at least as pedo, maybe pansexual) but that is clearly coming soon, with baphomet drag queers reading books to kids and "trans kids."
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Trump is doing the Elite's bidding to help Israel and promote the larger globo-homo agenda under the guise of helping the LGBTQ+ community. Any country who doesn't follow the Elite's view of morality will now be punished by the US until they fall in line. The US can't support a specific religion within its borders, but apparently it can support and enforce the morality of the globalists.

By the way, who are these guys?

https://worldvalues.us/about/

Quote:THE WORLD VALUES NETWORK’S

Mission is to disseminate universal Jewish values in politics, culture, and media, making the Jewish people a light unto the nations.

It is our belief that Judaism, with it’s unique emphasis on perfecting the world and celebrating life, can benefit America against some the greatest challenges of our time including high rates of divorce, teen alienation, depression, and growing ignorance and materialism.

While Judaism has impacted and shaped the two great world religions of Christianity and Islam, it has taken a backseat as a purveyor of ideas in its own right. Judaism’s core values are not widely known in either Jewish or secular circles.
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