Seriously. There was a recent article in the NY Times about a Philips plant in the Netherlands which uses 128 robots, with many experts saying it's gaining ground on Apple's famed model of using cheap Chinese labor. Meanwhile, projections place 2032 as the point there will be more robots than people and most experts are getting better at when human level AI will be achieved.
I know this post might come across as a bit on the paranoid side but it's actually a big deal that'll touch large swaths of the economy. Think globalization, but with most tasks being automatized rather than outsourced. If you have a strong constitution, the blog Early Warning deals with these and other subjects. I'm going for a stiff drink now.