Hunch managing partner Michael Goldthorpe enters the world of robots to see how fast they are evolving while people remain the same.
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Humans just got even lazier. Domino's has given fast-food a new meaning with the announcement of its latest effort to make pizza ordering easy, a Zero Click app.
It's 'War of the Worlds' job edition and as this cheat sheet explains, in the face of robots we should embrace our human nature.
It's happening, the robots are preparing for world domination. Well, not really, but they are beginning to take our jobs. Here's a few examples of robots who have made it to the shop floor as retail assistants.
The Associated Press recently revealed that it would be automating its business reporting through a series of algorithms that compose 150- to 300-word stories in lieu of actual humans. Powered by technology developed by a company called Automated Insights, these algorithms pull data from readily available statistics and are already used by the New York Times for its wedding announcements and by Forbes for its earning reports previews. According to Mashable, the technology resulted in 300 million automated stories last year, a number that's higher than that produced by all the major media companies combined. And in 2014, they're setting the bar even higher by aiming to produce over a billion stories.