While Siri and Alexa are rock stupid today, it's the acceleration of machine learning that should concern anyone with a job. Cars already drive themselves, algorithms write news articles, robots run the factory line, and AI makes fascinating art. Worse, many modern jobs are just manual oversight of other human inefficiencies, ready to be swept away by the oncoming wave of automation. This time will be different from previous human paradigm shifts. The Neolithic Revolution moved us from nomadic hunting to farming civilizations. The Industrial Revolution moved us from farms to factories. After the Automation Revolution, all scarcity will be gone, and there will be no work left that humans need to do. Will that be a glittering utopia of plenty, or a savage techno oligarchy?