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I played a VR game that shows what jobs will be like when AI fully takes over, and it made me slightly more comfortable welcoming my future robot repl...
The virtual reality game "Job Simulator" shows what the workforce will look like when robots take over.
Firing workers costs big companies like General Motors billions — here’s why retraining them could be a better bargain
Retraining employees could save companies billions in restructuring costs, but many firms and the US government do not invest in re-skilling programs.
Bridgewater Associates recently highlighted a 2016 study by McKinsey & Company that analyzed what industries are most susceptible to automation.
The financial services industry is a popular place for job seekers, but artificial intelligence could wipe away a million banking jobs.
Las Vegas casinos prepare to hemorrhage $10 million a day as their workers, fearing their jobs will be replaced by robots, get ready to go on strike
Hospitality and entertainment workers in Los Angeles are preparing to go on strike in wake of 50,000 union contracts that expire on Friday, June 1. The chief concern among these Las Vegas workers is that their jobs will be replaced by robots.
New technologies could kill one-third of US jobs so CEOs, not politicians, need to take responsibility, says billionaire Marc Benioff
New technologies will improve health, education, transportation for those who have access. The rest could be in trouble, warns Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff.
Cities across North America are vying for Amazon's second headquarters. But will the promised jobs still exist when the world starts to automate its workforce?
"We employ 97,000 people," Cryan said in an interview with the Financial Times. "Most big peers have more like half that number."
If three swing states had slightly fewer robots leading up to the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton would have beaten Donald Trump, a new study finds.
Starbucks has been fending off the robot takeover for years — and any company can take a lesson from its methods
Starbucks knew early on that investing in employees would pay off — even as automation threatens jobs, says Scott Galloway, author of "The Four."