This story has gotten some serious airplay, always followed up with tsk-tsking about how $15 minimum wage causes low end jobs to be automated out of existence.
It reminders me of an old old Robert A. Heinlein story. Our intrepid teen age hero has been invited to breakfast at a truck stop, by a trucker. To make conversation the trucker says,
"This joint used to be automated. Then it went broke, and the trade all went to the Tivoli, down the road apiece. Then the new owner threw out the machinery and hired girls. Business picked up."
At this point the waitress is taking their order and the trucker says to her,
"I want that egg just barely dead. If it's cooked solid I'll nail it to the wall as a warning to others."
"I doubt that you will be able to get a nail thru it," replies the waitress.
"See what I mean," says the trucker to our intrepid teen age hero. "How can machines compete?"
Good luck with automation Wendy's.