This is just the one segment. AI can and will be pervasive in the workplace and society. AI is being pushed to replace doctors, lawyers, financial planners, accountants and other professions that are now high paying positions handled by humans. The AI proponents are comparing this to the industrial revolution and saying that new jobs will be created to replace the old just ad it happened in the first one. This is not the case. in the industrial revolution, low paying manual jobs were replaced by machines but maintaining these machines and assembly line work created jobs that replaced the old and the professions were left alone. This will not happen with AI. AI is not after replacing physical labor to make life easier, it is after us. When a doctor is replaced by AI, what newly created job can this person get that will be as professionally and financially rewarding? What new job can be created when an entire profession is replaced by machine? The result of AI will be massive unemployment and poverty and no one is addressing these issues now. As I said earlier, AI does not only effect the job it replaces but has a cascade effect impacting all jobs related to that first job. So replacing lawyers impacts legal support staff, researchers, clerks, the justice system, police, insurers, copiers, computer sales, secretaries, printers, housing sales, construction and on and on. This needs to be addressed now or we are in for a massive problem and sooner than later.