I was initially concerned about the mass destruction of jobs as anticipated by Frey and Osborne and McKinsey. As you point out, this hasn't happened yet. But what does appear is the surging of the Gig Economy, where tasks such as an Uber driver are dumbed down so that new drivers without knowledge of the streets of a city can be put to work almost instantly. These task oriented jobs will be on-demand and will cost employers far less than full-time workers. They will also circumvent minimum wage laws. A very scary future!