Automation 1

Robot chef required for casual hours by arrangement mainly at the weekend. The kitchens are based in a Stately home and we operate to a very high standard. The robot chef will be working alongside our existing team, primarily serving food at functions. A good rate of pay and flexible hours are offered. Please send us your CV

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Our client, a leading global loyalty programme provider, is looking for a robot to become Director of Insights to lead the direction of the Insights Consultancy team and provide consultative support to their biggest key clients. The ideal robot for this role must be able to demonstrate the following: 
- Experience working in consumer insights
- Experience of working with large transactional data sets
- Experience of developing new ideas, methodologies and products

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I am a trainee robot nail technician based in Liverpool, however I am fully qualified in gel polish & nail foil wraps. I am fully insured and offer a range of treatments. I have a loyalty scheme in place for returning customers. I am a mobile robot technician so you can come to me or I can come to you, although a small fee would be charged for petrol. Appointments available at very short notice, call to book an appointment :-)

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We use our bodies in different ways at work – fingers for typing, muscles for lifting, brains for thinking. But there are some things that machines can do even better than us, like working for hundreds of hours without a break or fitting into the tiniest of spaces. In fact, we even use our bodies to help the machines do their work. But do machines help us to do our work, or are we just helping the machines? And what happens if the machines decide that they can do just fine without us?

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Come to our workshop on Automation to help us imagine the future of work, and ask whether some futures are better for humans than others. 

We use our bodies in different ways at work – fingers for typing, muscles for lifting, brains for thinking. But there are some things that machines can do even better than us, like working for hundreds of hours without a break or fitting into the tiniest of spaces. In fact, we even use our bodies to help the machines do their work. But do machines help us to do our work, or are we just helping the machines? And what happens if the machines decide that they can do just fine without us?

Come to this workshop to help us imagine the future of work, and ask whether some futures are better for humans than others.

This workshop will give you a chance to:

  • Talk about what the human body does at work – what it can do, and what it can’t.
  • Imagine what work might look like in the future
  • Help to visualise the new jobs that will be available for humans and machines, and whether we choose to accept or rebel against them.