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S’poreans to protest driverless buses: ‘NS For Locals, Jobs For Robots’

S’poreans to protest driverless buses: ‘NS For Locals, Jobs For Robots’

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They demand answers as to why robots are taking their jobs.

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Singaporeans from some walks of life, who don’t have jobs because globalisation and liberal foreign talent policy, are going to start a protest at Hong Lim Park.

This after it was announced that driverless buses will be deployed in Singapore in the future.

However, this move has drawn howls of protest from some quarters in society.

One upset Singaporean, Filbert Foh, a local disenfranchised Singaporean for Singapore, said: “NS for locals but jobs for robots.”

“First, we lose our jobs to foreigners. Now, we lose our jobs to robots. Next thing what will happen? Give PR and citizenship to robots too?”

“I did not serve NS to protect robots who come here to take away our jobs.”

Other Singaporeans for Singapore who are upset said this will only lead to more oppression of Singaporeans.

Milbert Moh, another Singaporean for Singapore, said defensively: “First, robots will take away our jobs. Next thing we know, they will take away our women and HDB flats as well.”

At press time, it was reported that Tinder is taking some women away from some Singaporean husbands.

 

 

 

 

 

 





Good that S’pore schools force students to cram since future jobs will be outsourced to robots anyways

Good that S’pore schools force students to cram since future jobs will be outsourced to robots anyways

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Planning for the future.

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Singaporeans from all walks of life, who believe their future is in good hands, said schools in Singapore must continue their curriculum of teaching useless knowledge and skills to students.

This after Singaporeans agreed that this is appropriate as these young students will grow up to be adults with obsolete knowledge and skills, which make it a ripe a time for all jobs to be outsourced to robots in the future anyways.

One Singaporean, Cai Yuan, said: “Kids these days are fed with so much useless information and they just regurgitate like a drone.”

“But the type of drones the economy needs in the future will be a different, non-human sort of drone.”

Other locals said putting a lot of pressure on children in Singapore to excel academically is also the right move.

This will ensure they are put off by the idea of learning for good, which is an area Artificial Intelligence will take over and be much better at.

One local, Xue Xi, said: “I hope more can be done to dissuade our Singaporean students to be naturally curious and develop an appetite for wonder.”

“I hope students can be dulled further to make them even less inquisitive and ask fewer questions and really just resign to fate instead of having to retrain them to think and learn over time.”

“This will make the process to a robotics future more seamless.”

 

 

 

 

 

 





Coma patient wakes up to turn off YPAP video playing on smartphone

Coma patient wakes up to turn off YPAP video playing on smartphone

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Family thanks YPAP in rare show of gratitude by the public to youth wing.

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A patient who was under constant watch for the past six months in Singapore General Hospital woke up from his coma and proceeded to walk across his hospital room.

His revival shocked his family members who were too stunned to react initially, as they watched him approach his sister, who was using her smartphone to play the five-minute YPAP video that has been panned for being robotic, and turning off its volume.

Cha See Lang, the man who awoke from his coma, was reportedly heard saying by his family members: “Diam lah.”

He then walked back and sat on his bed.

Doctors and nurses on duty were rushed to the ward where the man spent the past half year unconscious after he met with a serious accident.

One nurse, Mee See, said: “When I came in, the man was sitting on his bed looking very grouchy like he had heard some very irritating sounds that managed to wake him from his deep slumber.”

“But we’re glad he is okay.”

The man’s family are thankful that the video was played at the right moment to incite such a strong response from a coma patient.

Singapore is looking to put a patent on this technology to help other coma patients.

 

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