14 Surprising Jobs That Robots Are Doing

China Daily Life
APA robot slices a ball of dough and drops its strips into a pot to make noodles at a food stall in Beijing.

By Kathleen Elkins

There are machines cranking out articles for The Associated Press and robots slicing the perfectly shaped noodle in restaurants across China - and that's just the start of it.

Historically, experts believed that robots would only threaten blue-collar jobs, but they're beginning to challenge white-collar professions, as well.

While some economists believe this "Second Machine Age" will ultimately create more jobs, others predict that several unlucky employees will be pushed out of work in the near future.

Can a robot do your job?