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Leave-voting areas in the North and the Midlands are at most risk of losing jobs due to further globalisation and automation, a new report out today suggests.
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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.
America’s fast-food chains are contemplating replacing minimum wage workers with robots — and it could lead to a crisis
Minimum wage increases are sending shock waves across the fast-food industry.
Fast-food CEO says ‘it just makes sense’ to consider replacing cashiers with machines as minimum wages rise
Jack in the Box is considering swapping some employees with robots as the minimum wage rises in California.
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?
Robots will put up to 800 million people out of a job by 2030 — and the problem will be worst in rich countries
That's 10% of the estimated global population.
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Stanford researchers developed an AI that can diagnose pneumonia in patients more accurately than human radiologists.
"Technology will affect economic growth rates and capital market returns in ways that are difficult to foresee," JPM Asset Management said.
"We employ 97,000 people," Cryan said in an interview with the Financial Times. "Most big peers have more like half that number."