Friday, October 28, 2016

Machines Winning Kansas City Fair Wage Fight

Like it or not, corporations are increasingly turning to automation and tech as a response to social justice protest as SCIENCE STAYS WINNING against worker demands. It's a trend our blog community has long warned of . . . More documentation from smart readers and a bit more insight here: Robots Could Push 'Fight For 15' Backers Out Of Work

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The robot cook at McDonald's won't stretch his neck trying to get a look at who ordered what so he knows how much robot spit to put on each meal.

Everybody will just get equal spit, now.

About $15 worth.

Anonymous said...

I don't do fast food so I don't care what they do. Crap is unhealthy and a good portion of the time you wouldn't want the people working there to come in contact with anything you're going to eat.

Anonymous said...

Will the robots be 5 feet tall and weigh 250 pounds?

Anonymous said...

Interesting problems for Mayor James ---- encourage KC as a technology center or support the Stand Up $15 crowd.

Anonymous said...

Fair Wage Workers bit the hand that fed them. Fast Food industry responded in kind.