Please see below selected recent automation-related change,
See also: On Automation
A new Populus survey commissioned by the RSA suggested workers should be less alarmed about the prospect of losing their job to a machine, and more with how it will affect the way they go about their work. This includes how they are recruited, the degree to which they are monitored, and whether their jobs are orchestrated from above. Automation is a threat to some jobs, but not to work writ large. For all the talk of self-driving cars, checkout-less supermarkets and fully automated warehouses, machines are still constrained in what they can do. Moreover, they tend to eliminate tasks rather than whole jobs, and often expand the capabilities of workers.