When robots run errands, it’s no surprise they need human help

The U.S. has long depended on robots for routine tasks like running errands.

And robots aren’t the only ones doing those tasks.

But automation is changing that, as the number of robot-controlled jobs grows.

Robots can do some of the jobs humans cannot, but many more can perform those tasks more effectively.

Robots will take over more of the work of the economy and in the process, take jobs away from humans.