As artificial intelligence is increasingly considered the wave of the future, some leading business executives are starting to worry that the technology won't stop at regulating your thermostat or telling you how to get to work. Will the next round of advances mean Siri can do your job? Business heads ranging from Tesla's (TSLA) Elon Musk to Alibaba's  (BABA) Jack Ma certainly think so.

And it may be happening faster than anyone realized. Deutsche Bank's (DB) CEO John Cryan recently hinted that computers could replace many of the bank's staff of 97,000. 

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 Editors' Pick: Originally published on August 6, 2017. 

 

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