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Walmart and Kroger are rethinking their store strategies in the face of growing competition from Amazon for shoppers' online grocery spending.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez isn’t afraid of the rise of robots, but she agrees with Bill Gates that they should be taxed for taking jobs
Some left-leaning politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would be sceptical about AI, because it may make the rich even richer.
There’s a chance that automation won’t mean fewer jobs across the board — in fact, it could mean more
A new report predicts the creation of more jobs across the globe as a result of automation. In some industries, however, many people will lose work.
Wingstop is replacing workers with robots and removing items from the menu as the industry battles skyrocketing labor costs
Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison said that the chain is cutting sides from its menu and investing in tech such as ordering kiosks to cut labor costs.
If these RBC analysts are right, AI might not only kill coffee, but also free will.
Walmart is testing a burger-flipping robot called Flippy in its headquarters.
I worked on the trading floor of Goldman Sachs for years. Here’s why I became a nerd to survive on Wall Street.
The spread of technology is creating an uneasy feeling among salespeople and traders at big banks, says a former Goldman Sachs sales executive.
Smart Asset, a financial technology company that provides online advice about personal finance decisions, recently released a study which calculated which states have jobs that are most vulnerable to automation. Six of the 10 states listed are in the South.
Former health minister George Freeman said 850,000 jobs including half a million in the NHS could be "automated" by 2030. The chairman of Taxpayers' Alliance said hundreds of thousands of people would be sacked from "mundane jobs" which would be a "win".
Shake Shack is testing its high-tech ordering kiosks in more restaurants across the country. Here’s what they’re like to use.
Shake Shack announced plans in October to go cashless by replacing cashiers with automated kiosks. But many customers hated the idea of a cash-free restaurant, and Shake Shack soon abandoned those plans, though it still plans to test ordering kiosks at some new locations.