Exactly as predicted, automation is coming to fast-food joints, and the Wendy's chain is the latest to announce that they plan to install ordering kiosks at 1000 stores by the end of the year in order to cut labor costs.
Yes, there will still be a few people in the restaurants for the time being, doing the cooking and cleaning, accepting the deliveries, and so forth. But if anybody believed that the franchisees would be willing to pay $15 an hour (plus break time, lunch time, paid time off, etc. as "progressives" in government have been demanding) to ask if you want fries with that, they're nuts.
The kiosks reportedly cost about $15,000 apiece - but they don't get paid time off, breaks, health insurance, and so forth - so they pay for themselves in well under a year. They also don't walk out.
That whole "Fight for $15" thing means that low-skill workers (with the help of labor unions) are fighting themselves right out of a job. Whatever did anybody think would happen? Employers in business will continue to fight back against "progressive" mandates by cutting costs. That's the way the real world operates.