Online orders surge
Amazon.com is hiring 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the United States to deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the web to meet their needs during the coronavirus outbreak.
We will search your bags and you will pay for it
Fruity cargo cult Apple’s paranoid controlling antics over its staff appeared to have cost it in court.
The world will need creativity instead, says Big Blue
AI is likely to change how every job is performed, eliminating work related to repetitive tasks but increasing the need for creative thinkers, according to a new study.
According to a team of economists
Ominous new research by a team of economists claims that businesses are slowly driving away employees with an invisible move to automation.
To really stuff something up will still require a human
Boffins at the Brookings Institute have been adding up some numbers and think that only a quarter of US occupations are at "high risk" for losing jobs from the advance of automation.
Huge data centre did not bring jobs