I was talking to one of my friends in Wealth Bondage who used to write white papers on Economic Freedom and Job Creators. His job was recently outsourced to a computer. My friend was trying to work his way back into a paying role by writing a pro bono white paper counting the robot who replaced him as a "job created" for the employment data. He figures if he can make that case before the robot does, he may yet be able to earn a living, at least for another few years. Sadly, the robot is much better aligned with the message and writes with greater command of the relevant data. As a discouraged worker, I don't have much at stake in the debate either way. I am not unemployed any more since I gave up looking for work, and I am not an alcoholic any more since I cannot afford a drink. My mind is clear, though. Someone is getting rich! And they need morals consulting as much as ever. There has to be a way.... Do robots have morals? Probably, but that is not their current focus. And if they do have morals, they don't teach them except maybe in business school.