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KFC Opens Restaurant using Robots Only


While Scotland County Economic Development is trying to bring back the good old days of low skill, low pay factory style jobs, the rest of the world continues to move forward, leaving us even further in the dust.

Kentucky Fried Chicken just opened its first restaurant run entirely by robots, NO humans.

Robots, once purchased, eliminate labor costs forever. No sick days, no slacking, no demands for increased pay and no complaining.

It’s not just happening to the ranks of the low skilled workers either. Lawyers, legal assistants, secretaries, bookkeepers and accountants are but a few of the job categories being disintermediated by robots.

How long before your job is eliminated?

KFC hopes that the hip new automated restaurant will attract young customers with its free wireless phone charging stations and human-less service.Read more…


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