Traditionally technology has been used to advance civilization. Humans have used and learnt technology to add to their current skills and move forward. Even in the workforce today there is always a demand for passionate human resources who have experience with the latest tools, technologies and gadgets in each respective field.
Does this really mean that technology will eventually make human resources redundant or is technology just paving the way for humans to adapt more creative and challenging skills?
I still do believe that no matter how advanced technology gets it will still need an independent mind to tell it what to do.
Of all the economic questions being debated today, the most frightening one is "Will the robots take our jobs?"