Incredibly interested in your work. As we move in to the ‘fourth industrial revolution’ how do you see the job market shifting? We have seen jobs that were always thought of as ‘safe’ to technology, i.e doctors but as shown recently AI can do a doctors job to a greater accuracy than a doctor can. As shown in other situations - petrol pump stations having automated pumps, cutting down on labour costs, allowing for the owner to invest in the actually paying area and turn it into a shop with extra workers in there. But is there not a upper limit to this?