One of the biggest scares humans have about the future is that we all may be replaced by AI workers in our working places. But here's the scarier thought - keeping your job, but having an AI boss. Back in September Hitachi was the first company to hire AI bosses in their warehouses where they issue work orders and instructions to employees meant to increase productivity in the workplace. The company says productivity has already increased in the warehouse environment by 8 percent, compared to one of their non-AI run warehouses. http://www.popsci.com/hitachi-hires-artificial-intelligence-bosses-for-their-warehouses What do you think about this idea? Humans are not "programmed" for perfection in the task execution. We might be perfect for some time, but we eventually might get tired of routine and start performing tasks at different pace and timeline. Would this approach piss our robo-boss off?