I wrote the following story bit in May thinking I would take further into some futuristic dystopian story of a world in where there are only children and adult roles like teachers and parents are filled by robots.
“Hey, Bizma take a pic of me with this antique!”
“What is it?” Bizma asked snapping a shot the item solo.
“It’s a pay phone,” the museum guide-bot informed the class, “A public telephone in which pre-payment is required to make a call, in this case coins.”
“Ah, yes we covered monetary systems in class last week,” the class instructor-bot reminded the class.
“Do you have any money here?” Bizma asked curiously.
“Yes, our Paper Money of the Twentieth Century display is on the second floor. Most coins, however; were melted for their valuable raw metals during World War III.
Then I saw the following news clip this morning about robot teachers that can start taking over the class room to teach subjects like math and computer science. The future is here…