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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.
The labor-rights activist who helped win 2 million US caregivers higher wages warns that robots aren’t the real threat to workers
Jobs With Justice co-executive director Sarita Gupta said we need to address the "fissuring" of the economy and not take any changes as inevitable.
US workers are failing drug tests at an incredible rate — but legal weed has the future of these screenings in doubt
A trend against marijuana screening is growing, but experts say workplace drug testing just needs to evolve with the times.
Bridgewater Associates recently highlighted a 2016 study by McKinsey & Company that analyzed what industries are most susceptible to automation.
This is what a workday looks like for a CEO who runs his entire 40-employee tech company from a farm in New Zealand
Emsisoft CEO Christian Mairoll explains what it's like to run an all-remote company from a New Zealand farm. Here's the advice he has for founders.
A Silicon Valley CTO says the workplace skills he’ll make sure his children learn have nothing to do with tech
Slack cofounder and CTO Cal Henderson doesn't know which tech skills his kids will need, but he knows people skills will be crucial no matter what.
A fast-food chain is using a robot that can grill 150 burgers per hour — and the technology could one day put workers out of a job
The fast-food chain CaliBurger has debuted "Flippy," a robot that can grill 150 burgers per hour.
Microsoft execs say in 20 years we’ll all have digital assistants that will be our alter egos — and we need to set ground rules while we s...
Microsoft is stepping to the forefront of artificial intelligence research and development before it's too late, said execs Brad Smith and Harry Shum.
"We employ 97,000 people," Cryan said in an interview with the Financial Times. "Most big peers have more like half that number."
'We have to find new ways of employing people and maybe people need to find new ways of spending their time,' Cryan told a conference in Frankfurt.