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If a union organizer at a convention of robots urges “them” to unite, the rep might learn that “they” already have. Or, so it could appear. So far, robots generally have made us smile, releasing us from performing mundane chores. Now, however, they’re being utilized to “do the dirty work.” I shall opt out of investigating their new “jobs” too deeply. To do so could invite serious “heebie-jeebies.” On opposite coasts, news stories about robots made us sit straight up in our chair, and back-of-neck hairs to bristle. From the east comes news that robots will be used experimentally this season in the independent ...

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