There's a problem brewing. Robotic machinery, automation, and AI are creeping in on human jobs. Insurance adjusters in Japan are already being replaced by IBM Watson intelligence; Tesla's self-driving technology is moving from personal vehicles to semi-trucks; and Amazon is using robots in its factories and eliminating the need for checkout clerks in its prototype grocery store. A host of other currently human-performed jobs are at risk of being manned by machines, too.
Luckily, Microsoft co-founder, billionaire philanthropist, and general big-thinker Bill Gates has some logical ideas for mitigating the looming threat of serious, robot-related layoffs.