In this first edition we want to answer the challenge: What will humans do when robots work?
It’s an open ideation session, in which collaboration is essential to solve a great social challenge related to technology
The latest advances have led to a rethinking of our entire social structure that, although it seems far from our reality, will gradually be reformed perhaps by the intrusion of new life partners: robots. It’s already a reality that machines occupy jobs that move humans aside. That is why we ask ourselves what will happen when the machines know how to do our work and where the talent of the human being will remain.
To ﬁnd a solution to this challenge, we wanted to have some guests whose specialities were opposites. An anthropology professor, a science ﬁction writer, two experts in technological development, two experts in robotics, a craftsman and a lawyer specialized in new technologies gathered together in the stage.
Also an audience with more than a hundred attendees who have managed to generate almost 200 ideas through an app, where the most voted for their appeal and novelty ended up being those used for the second part of the event: work by groups, from where they managed to extract even more ideas from the previous ones, which resulted in a generation of more than 400 post-its full of possible solutions.
Clientes from different companies such as Endesa, IBM, Alsa, Microsoft, Airbus or Ferrovial
7 different solutions
Most of them focused on education and social and political change
Creation of a knowledge accumulation system to solve problems globally and to which users would be “plugged in” for as long as they desasen.
Creation of a super coach that gives the information labeled and contrasted in accordance with the personality of each one.
Educate and inform society about robotics applied to consumption.
Make a change in the educational model to forget the past patterns in which the training of students focuses on the realization of a specific job.
It’s a global transition plan that is based on training, social and political commitment and a viable economic model.
It would try to understand what is the concept of “beauty” and generate the software necessary for robots to interpret what is or is not “beautiful”.
A “Kantian” robot that complies with traffic regulations, efficiently, to avoid accidents.