An Oxford University study from March of this year found that automation may threaten half of the United States workforce. The study lists loan officers and receptionists as the most likely careers to be automated (98 and 96 percent likelihood, respectively), while elementary school teachers and surgeons are probably safe (.4 percent likelihood for each).
One career you might think would be safe–writing–actually isn't. Though folks have gone back and forth recently about the safety of journalists from automation (most agree that investigative journalists won't be replaced by a computer any time soon), robots are already writing articles at a frantic pace. That post-win article you read on ESPN might've been written by a robot, and even some books have been written by our fast-processing robot friends.
Which brings us to social media.