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Added 31 May, 2018

Las Vegas restaurant workers will strike against losing jobs to robots

Each day, Vegas hotels and restaurants dish up 60,000 pounds of food. It takes nearly 50,000 real-live humans to prepare and serve all those crab legs, potatoes, and chocolate cakes, and now they’ve made it clear: they don’t want to lose their job to robots. Members of the city’s Culinary Workers Union voted to go on strike if their contracts don't protect them from being replaced by automation. Servers and chefs are likely concerned because they’re seeing cooking technology creep into other kitchens.

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