automation

The question has a surprising psychological factor for workers now and in the future.
The wave of machines taking over farms in the Netherlands has helped propel its rise to the world's second-biggest food exporter after the U.S.
Low-wage jobs catering to tourists and retirees proliferated after the recession.
People of color are likely to be disproportionately affected when the robots come for our jobs.
The revolution is coming to rural New Brunswick.
We may not realize it, but retailers are conditioning us to be our own cashiers.
Automation may put millions of garment workers in the developing world out of a job.
Robots put jobs on the line and threaten a rise in income inequality, experts say.
And it's getting millennials interested in farming.