Alphabet Cuts Cost by Firing Robots, After Thousands of Human Jobs Lost

Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has fired robots following the loss of 12,000 jobs.

These robots cost tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars and were used to clean cafeterias and clear tables.

The macroeconomic situation, which has put robots to work, is the reason why workers complained about robots taking their jobs.

Wired reported that over a hundred robots were allegedly fired from Alphabet’s parent, Google, after their maintenance team was closed down.

Google’s Alphabet, which saw a drop in advertising revenues last year is now preparing to face the worst by firing expensive robots. After the team responsible for maintaining them was closed down, over a hundred robots were already fired.


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