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Will Artificial Intelligence or AI be as readily accepted?  The answer is yes; as it is already here, being used to model and compute the best outcomes for many things; including the algorithms that helped you get here.  Think about the Natural Language processing within text, messaging and Google mail, so much better than the early predictive text or hilarious outcomes of auto-correct. Convenience, speed and ease of use is driving everything; Deliveroo was only founded seven years ago, one of the 'Sharing Economy' success stories another is Airbnb, almost immediate household names with very little marketing.

Will Artificial Intelligence or AI be as readily accepted?  The answer is yes; as it is already here, being used to model and compute the best outcomes for many things; including the algorithms that helped you get here.  Think about the Natural Language processing within text, messaging and Google mail, so much better than the early predictive text or hilarious outcomes of auto-correct. Convenience, speed and ease of use is driving everything; Deliveroo was only founded seven years ago, one of the 'Sharing Economy' success stories another is Airbnb, almost immediate household names with very little marketing.

The latest data insights and analytics are very revealing, despite economic pressures over the last year showing continued massive growth. According to the latest MCA Foodservice Delivery Report 2019/20, food delivery was worth £8.4 billion in 2019 – up +18% on previous year. Contributed to 10% of the foodservice market.

The earliest cash registers or tills originated in the late 1800s, very ornate, heavily engineered works of art, which today mostly sit in museums or antique stores. Varying electronic till systems have been around since the early 1970s; IBM being one of the biggest players and McDonalds; one of the first wide-scale adopters of computer run systems.