Neil's Spiel: It's a robotic workplace takeover

FP1 Strategies V.P. of Communications Ashley Pratte, Democratic Strategist Chuck Rocha and FBN's Neil Cavuto on the potential for robots taking over minimum wage jobs.

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Why a Robot May Soon (Happily) Take Your Job

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Congratulations, all you minimum wage protesters. Companies are finally paying up. Unfortunately, just as they're throwing you ... out.

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And all because of something you couldn't figure out: Robots. You're being replaced by robots.

Rosie the robot is now cleaning your clocks, which is weird, because the Jetson's maid never really had to punch in. She was always there ... a permanent presence.

And the news today says she's about to become a very ubiquitous presence. As a professor on Wednesday made this bold and very scary prediction: robotics will be the wave of the future (and a lot of minimum wage workers WON’T be the wave of that future.)

He points to the signs, such as fast-food joints that have automatic drink dispensers, even automatic check-out.

I'm telling you, at the rate we're going... those burgers? We'll be the ones cooking. Which brings me back to protesters.

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You have every right to complain... and every right to demand. Neither, unfortunately, guarantees your right... to a job.

Low pay, high pay, here's the reality...the world is automating. And at our lowest and most un-trained level, you've now succeeded in automating your way right out of a livelihood.

Because that's the thing about robots, they don't complain much in the long-term, and they really don’t cost much...certainly not nearly as much as you.

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