The intelligent agents that control computer systems are called Turings. There are references to generations of the technology used throughout the book. The term isn't explicitly defined or explained but is implied in several statements.
Apart from maintenance crew inspections, people didn't work in the warehouse. It was all automated by an old G2Turing.
"They would've taken over the ancient G3Turing drivers and had themselves the world's greatest demolition battle, smashing those brutes into each other and every other piece of equipment out there."
"No, I'm actually quite impressed. A Turing above G-five can do a similar job as you, but it requires access to a thousand databases. But you, you just look. I find that fascinating."
That easier life could have been real if he'd bought a fifth-generation Turing. They were so much smarter...
Then there are G6 and up, which are used more often for security, management, and analytical purposes. G7 are sophisticated enough to serve as personal assistants that can read individual's health status and anticipate their needs and next actions.