The New York Times
Robots Welcome to Take Over, as Pandemic Accelerates Automation
Machines are taking over human jobs to help prevent the spread of the virus. Automation has become more popular in everyday jobs such as in grocery stores. This also cuts labor costs. Because of the spread of COVID-19, automation has become more popular and more accepted in society, which means that people will have less jobs and big business will be making more money . . . Click to read more!
Robots aren't taking our jobs - they're becoming our bosses
Robots are wathing over every type of job, from housekeepers to web developers. The greatest fear of many people is not that robots will take their jobs, it's that robots have already become thier boss. Many companies that can afford to are having their production line be directed by software, which means that slower workers are easily critisized and often fired for not meeting the standards of the software . . . Click to read more!
Robots are taking over during COVID-19 (and there's no going back)
The robotic revolution has been happening slowly over the past decade, but the virus has caused this revolution to occur quicker. Mosr automation is currently being used to replace manual labor, but will eventually pick up on more complex processes . . . Click to read more!