Why BB-8 is scarier than Dracula

Why BB-8 is scarier than Dracula

The classic Halloween creatures aren’t that terrifying. Ghosts prove the mind can survive death. Vampires offer a path to immortality and power. Frankenstein’s monster shows that we have mastered all of nature’s secrets.

Robots, though? Those are scary.

Worst case scenario – the human race fights against legions of mechanical soldiers. Factories churn out thousands of killing machines an hour. Even if the robots aren’t smart enough to irradiate the atmosphere, we’d lose by attrition.

Best case scenario is… well, more of what’s happening. Widespread automation. A work environment that changes every day. The increasing obsolescence of human beings.

They say that uncertainty is the scariest thing.

Well, these are uncertain times. Who knows which industry is the next to buckle?

There’s only one way to stay ahead of the silicon tide:


As long as you keep learning, you keep breathing. If you’re nimble enough to move with the changes, then the next tectonic shift won’t touch you.

Some people are lucky enough to be natural learners. They pivot between careers, absorb what they need to and stay on top of the changes.

The rest of us have to work at it.

But you don’t have to rely on your own talents. Learning is a skill – one that you can master. It’s also a state of mind – one that you can enter.

Because, yes, you’ve had days where you process everything, draw the lessons and store them away in the ol’ noggin. Not every day, maybe, but some days.

And if you did it before, you can do it again.

All you need is the right prompting.

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In 25 hours, though?

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