1) Tumultuous but non-violent social change to a new order of things, everyone lives happily ever after
2) A successful revolution prior to the deployment of robotic military / police, the 99% execute the 1% and live happily ever after
3) A failed revolution attempted after deployment of robotic military / police, the 1% crush the 99% and live happily ever after
See, all futures are happy, it just depends on your point of view.
First of all, AI creates more jobs than it destroys at the moment.
Citation please, that's a bold and unsupported assertion.
You know, the first steps to determining if there's even a distant shot in hell of terraforming the place in a century or three.
At the moment I'm not seeing a reason why it's worth the investment. I love space and wish we were doing more but human exploration is expensive and has low ROI. What we really need to do is figure out how to commercialize space, we're not going to get very far at the current pace of a few billion here and there. Only private industry can afford to put in the trillions that would be required to really get things moving.
What if I like my coffee black?
Then you sir are a communist or a foreigner.