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For much of this year, a fleet of Amazon Scouts, mini tank-like delivery vehicles about the size of a cooler, have traversed residential neighborhoods in a Seattle suburb to deliver packages.During that period, the autonomous vehicles, which roll along at walking speed, have...
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The rise of the machines will radically transform the way we work. Jobs will disappear. New ones will emerge. But what if the perceived threat of technology is really an opportunity to be more human?The machines are coming for our jobs, but we don't need to freak out about i...
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When Kinley Salmon was casting around for the opening words for his new book on the future of work, he reached for his maternal grandmother’s 1990 autobiography.Salmon’s book, Jobs, Robots & Us: Why the Future of Work in New Zealand Is in Our Hands, examines employm...
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As the first images of charred wreckage inside the Notre Dame cathedral appeared online Tuesday, engineers around the world said one observation was already clear: To return the ancient structure to its glorious past, builders will likely have turn to cutting-edge technology...
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As teachers prepare to possibly strike again over pay and conditions, I see technology could now be helping assist them in their jobs.The mundane parts anyway, like taking the roll. Let's face it, the sooner technology helps us in all our jobs the better.According to a new t...
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Robots are here and if you're not working with one already, chances are you will be soon and it'll make jobs more interesting and productive.Currently New Zealand is in a middle 27th place with 49 robots per 10,000 employees according to the International Federation of Robot...
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Telepresence robot technology means doctors can virtually meet with patients in other locations for face-to-face consultations, improving the care experience for the consumer. Waikato District Health Board is trialling the use of clinical robots within its hospitals. Robots ...
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