[dropcap size=small]T[/dropcap]he findings of a 2013 Oxford research paper stunned the world: as it turns out, 1 in 2 jobs run a high risk of becoming eventually automated – effectively cutting humans out of the ideal candidate pool for those positions.

Founder-CEO of Silicon Valley startup, Keggle, Anthony Goldbloom, clears up the air on that conclusion. His company’s business is in machine learning, a key aspect of artificial intelligence that’s making machines “smarter” by the hour, so they’re privy to exactly which types of professions are safe from a robot incursion, and which can be easily replaced  by programs and algorithms.