Good article. Reminds me of the IBM post war experiment to determine the need for speech to text services in the 1950's I think it was. After inviting everyone on their address book to come to an demonstration, not everyone turned up. This number then shrunk after the demonstration, which was really an audio typist in another room producing text after executives spoke into a funnel. Of course the execs didn't know this. The number of companies wanting the service would not justify the expense, development and resulting cost of the tech to fulfill the purpose, so got shelved for many years. Seems that the need is sort of there, but now a company has to understand what it does and who does what to get rid of people before taking on the lucid dreaming language monster that magnifies the crap in crap out adage. it ain't likely, but more likely a successful AI take up will happen when companies' management structures understand what people do first?