Our fascinating, scary robotic future

Above image:“Flute player,” the automaton created by Innocenzo Manzetti in 1840; exhibited at the Maison de Mosse in Avise (AO), Italy[hr]

[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith robots and artificial intelligence becoming prevalent in an increasing number of fields–from driving our cars to serving our food–will too many humans be displaced? Some people feel the answer is a “robot tax” which would be charged to robots (meaning those using them) and used to pay for job retraining programs. Sunday on Full Measure, we’ll examine our fascinating, scary robotic future. (And we’ll have a lot of cool robot video including my ride in a driverless Uber car.)

[button link=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nkAUqQZCyrM”]Watch Sharyl Attkisson’s TEDx Talk on the origins of Fake News–it’s not what you think.[/button]

Also, Scott Thuman takes us to a neighborhood in Brussels that has produced the largest number of Islamic extremist mass killers than anywhere else in Europe–including one of the shooters in the 2016 Paris attacks. We’ll tell you how they’re trying to change that statistic and their reputation.

And we chat with a group of Americans living and working in Singapore to hear their thoughts on terrorism and politics back home.

Once again we’re the only Sunday program that will have these stories. We won’t waste your time rehashing stories you’ve already heard all week![hr]

Watch Sundays on TV or live online at 9:30a ET. Replays anytime online www.fullmeasure.news

[hr]Watch Sharyl Attkisson’s TEDx Talk on the surprising origins of Fake News–it’s not what you think![hr]

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  1. Thank you so much for all you do for those of us that are just ordinary folks. You are exposing the political “bad guys.” You keep the flame of freedom burning brightly! May God protect & Bless You always!

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