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Machines are bound bridging the artistic gap amid human and bogus intelligence. Last year we were amazed by Nvidia’s AI’s adeptness to accomplish astute images of fake people, but bygone a group of advisers credible one able of making aboriginal videos of “The Flintstones” from text descriptions. Take that, “The Jetsons.”

The automation anarchy is here and millions of human workers could be replaced by machines over the next decade. Most of us will adapt or find new positions, say the experts. But new assay indicates the most accessible articulation of the human workforce might be entry-level workers, such as teens gluttonous summer jobs. Flipping burgers might not be an option for the kids of tomorrow.