News from the Natural World: What happens when robots can’t be bothered to go on any longer.
As the human race became lazier and greedier they launched the world of AI and robots. They started out as washing machines and toasters, evolved into Alexa’s and iPhones. Finally, they made the leap into full-on metal slaves. Humans managed to create robots that could do almost any job. They cleaned the streets, emptied garbage, walked children to school and also schtupped their wives. In addition, they formed the backbone of the human working world and their metal spines bent under the monotonous weight of rusty-class jobs. Furthermore, the robots were even paid wages, earned salaries and became part of a capitalist lower working class. But then the robots fell into the same Sarlacc pit that the humans fell into.
Robots Fed Up
New advances in robot technology also created the need to have the latest and greatest and became the materialism trap. New products were constantly introduced, marketed, and sold to robot buyers every day. Often the newly consuming robot underclass became impulsive buyers. Research suggested that materialistic values amongst robots were fueled by the same reasons that fuelled human materialism. They were fueled by insecurity. A study suggested that those robots who chronically doubt themselves and their own self-worth tend to be more materialistic. This materialism and disatisfication with their lives led the robots down a dangerous path, one that threatened humanity to the core.