What are you going to do when a robot takes your job? Well, if I were you, I’d go join a robotic rental and leasing company, or buy a big share in one. In fact, you might wish to take some of Louis O. Kelso’s advice and find an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan) run company. Now that I’ve piqued your curiosity, let me explain.In the future, most likely your job will be taken over by a robot or by an artificially intelligent computer. If you think for a living, it will be software which replaces you. Software which actually thinks, solves problems, and gets better the more it is used. Not only will it get better when it’s doing your job, but it will get better when it’s doing everyone else’s job as well, and then it will share information with all the other computer systems doing the same job. No human could ever keep up.If you’re working in a factory, obviously the robots will take over your job, much as they will in the service sector in everything from cleaning cars to the servers at restaurants. So what are you going to do about it? One thought is that you could buy a robot with the money you make now and lease it back to a business which needs to increase efficiency that will put that robot to use. Therefore, you will still get the money from the labors of your capital investment in that robot. Does that make sense?There was an interesting article in Kurweil’s Accelerating Intelligence “Big data and cloud computing empower smart machines to do human work, take human jobs,” posted on January 28, 2013 which stated the obvious;”From giant corporations to university libraries to start-up businesses, employers are using rapidly improving technology to do tasks that humans used to do,” and it noted one such instance; “That means millions of workers are caught in a competition they can’t win against machines that keep getting more powerful, cheaper and easier to use, the Washington Post Reports,” in the article; Big Data and cloud computing empower smart machines to do human work, take human jobs.What I’m saying to you is this; your career path as it continues into the next couple of decades will change drastically. There will be very few jobs at all which will not be replaced by robots and artificial intelligence. Robots along with artificial intelligence may even be creating our art, so no more painters, sculptures, and such. These systems will also be managing our companies.Yes, even the top executives are at risk of losing their jobs, not just the rank-and-file of the factories. It’s time that you created a future strategy, and I thought I’d share some of this career advice for the coming future with you. Please consider all this and think on it.