"Humanity is our ultimate competitive advantage" via @Oxford_Review @gapingvoid pic.twitter.com/sAxkcgc840— Helen Bevan (@helenbevan) July 17, 2016
- Acerca da automatização dos postos de trabalho (Março de 2015)
- "Pensado e fabricado por humanos, de carne e osso" (Janeiro de 2015)
"To be human is to be imperfect. Yes, we expect absolute perfection and precision when it comes to things like airplanes, automobiles, or the engineering behind the bridge we drive across everyday. And people naturally assume that the products they purchase will perform to at least the standard advertised. But with aspects of life that require a degree of human expressiveness, absolute perfection is not only impossible to produce, it usually would not lead to better results even if it were.
people prefer listening to the sound of a human playing a musical piece—even though the human-created version had tiny errors—over that of a computer perfectly playing the same piece.
When it's live, stuff happens. That's life. Relax, you are only human. If Sir Paul can make mistakes, you can too. Besides, people do not want your perfection, they yearn to see your humanity."