As we move through the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the future of work (and society in general!) is changing due to artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics

As we move through the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the future of work (and society in general!) is changing due to artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics. Many “routine” jobs currently held by humans will disappear in the next decade. This will lead to profound changes in all aspects of our lives. Can the government force companies who are making money from automating their businesses to better distribute money to workers who lose their jobs?
Does society have a responsibility to train workers for the jobs of tomorrow?
Is losing a “routine” job to automation a good thing because it forces you to find a better job? What if you cannot find a “better” job or even any job?
What will happen when computers can out-think us as well as outwork us?
Are you looking forward to a world with driverless vehicles, including 18-wheelers, fully automated restaurants, and robot lawyers and doctors or does that world terrify you?