And I don't mean destroying 1,000 jobs and creating one for a system administrator. A study by Deloitte showcases a development in UK where automation destroyed 800k jobs but created 3.5mn better paying (average) ones, too. I have no clue if this is a "trickle down"-like narrative to make us buy into a bright future where all of us work less and earn more, only to find ourselves out-competed by software once AI takes over. And there are other stories happening today, like this great eassay by Lant Pritchett about "Geniuses destroying Jobs in Uganda". A field that's worth to dig into.
Study by Deloitte: