Automatic intellectuals

Journalists, doctors and lawyers thought theywere immune to automation.

Many categories are at risk, and not exactly those you might imagine, even including tailors, models, cattle farmers, watchmakers and taxi drivers (thanks to self-driving cars, like those being developed by Google). But the real revolution is the one set to take the intellectual world by storm.

Notaries, lawyers and doctors, who were considered untouchable until recently, are already having to ward off competition from new technology. In New Jersey, for example, an automated notary service for the State treasury is being developed, while American company Wevorce uses online technology to simplify divorce proceedings and lower the cost of breaking up with software that guides applicants in compiling required documents.

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