The threat of artificial intelligence, robotics and other such technologies replacing human labor across a broad range of jobs is a growing concern. What types of jobs are least likely to be replaced by computers? How should humans and computers coexist? Masaki Fukui spoke with University of Oxford Professor Michael A. Osborne about such questions. Dr. Osborne is a Machine Learning researcher and co-author of The Future of Employment, which analyzed various jobs' susceptibility to being automated out of existence by computers.