We’re used to thinking that the jobs that are most likely to be taken over by automation are low-skilled ones: clerks, lowly paper pushers, assembly line workers. In contrast, those on the very high end of the wage scale — doctors, CEOs and hedge fund managers — seem like they will be comfortably insulated from the robot revolution.
Predictions are often no more than flights of fancy.
I doubt the world will witness CEO’s automate themselves out of a job.
As for the rest of us…