Robots, like automated cars, just aren’t that good at some things humans take for granted — like seeing things straight in front of them.
Ignore the employment doomsayers -- chances are we're going to run out of workers before automation causes mass unemployment.
The Department of Human Services will continue with plans to expand the data it uses to chase people alleged to have been paid too much welfare.
Centrelink has taken to some Brandis-level redefining of the English language to claim that debt notices are just "clarification" letters.
Amazon now has a store with no shop assistants, and deliveries with no delivery drivers. It is the beginning of the end of low-skilled labour.
We have always known that -- we, who think about such things, anyway -- but the implicit assumption has always been that automation would come to industry first.