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Maybe you don't want such a machine, but I sure do! And I consider all of those things tedious, and repetitive. I get that not every startup idea or problem-solution set is for everyone - but come on, I'm out here pitching dozens of real-world relatable problems that real people have.

I honestly don't believe that there are people with 0 repetitive tasks in their lives that could see no improvements with software (or hardware?). It's just not possible.




Like I said, not repetitive, tedious. And tediousness is purely subjective. So I agree with you that we should have machines to do tedious tasks for us, I just don't agree that the tasks I mentioned are tedious for enough people to justify having a machine for them.




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