End of China’s manufacturing primacy? America’s rise in manufacturing via robotization?

As of right now, in AD 2023, China has about 200 million factory workers, but that number is getting reduced due to the declining Chinese birth rate, and less Chinese workers wanting to do backbreaking factory work.

My bet is that China’s economy will evolve more toward service sectors, and America’s manufacturing will resurge via robotization or using extremely capable robot workers in manufacturing.

My bet is that America’s manufacturing will surge via robotization, not just on Earth, but much more importantly in outer space, across the Solar System at first, and eventually beyond the Solar System.

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I keep talking about the far-fetched idea of humanity massively expanding into outer spaceā€”in order to keep stretching my mind, and going after impossibly lofty goals; if I get satisfied and comfortable with the way things are now, my mind and I as a human being would stop growing and expanding.

It’s not easy for me to keep pushing my brain to think and express the ideas that are far beyond the present reality, but if I think and express just the present reality, I would do nothing of a great value; the greatest value is produced by going far above and beyond the present reality.

The work of creating what has never been is extremely difficult for me, but I keep on doing the most difficult work of what has never been, because I refuse to walk the path of least resistence, because I want to do far more than what I easily can. Going the easiest path may seem nice at first, but I don’t want to regret by doing the least I can, so I keep going for the maximum I possibly can.

My conclusion is that in order for AI and robots to be truly capable in performing mechanical mental and manual tasks, AI must gain visual, aural, and linguistic information processing and generation capabilities, whereas robots must gain much greater mobility, dexterity, and autonomy; those are the metrics I use in developing and marketing AI and robotics technologies.

Creating ultra-cheap AI and robot labor that can perform complex mechanical mental and manual tasks is my current highest priority goal. I think the time is right for developing and marketing ubiquitous and pervasive AI and robotics technologies.

I’m going through a brutally difficult phase in my life right now, because my work is hard and I’m overworked; I’m not getting enough sleep and rest, my body feels uncomfortable, and I often feel sleepy due to not getting enough sleep.

Still, rain or shine, come hell or high water, I do the necessary work I need to do everyday to produce the results that I want to produce. A worthy cause is never easy to pursue, but I’m certain that advancing AI and robotics is a worthy cause, and it’s work worth doing. I’ll keep on doing the maximum I can, because that is the right thing to do.

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Allen Young

The transhumanistic Asian-American man who publicly promotes and advances AI, robotics, human body biotech, and mass-scale outer space tech.