Also nice to see the whys and wherefores of quantum algorithms being better understood, but can't really say I know enough so see if this gives any more general insights.
The time when humans are being replaced by robots is already here.
Amazon does it in warehouses, waiters are going away, manufacturing, you name it. The crux is there are a billion more people in the next ten years. There will not be enough jobs for these people. Yes, yes, we already know no one gives a damn about the bushmen in the middle of nowhere, but we are talking about Americans. This push towards a service sector economy looks great on paper but sucks in reality. Nations that are not makers are not nations for long. We are declining. Our children learn nothing in schools that will be applicable to them in a meaningful way. STEM is not taught in the US. We have common core, which is a joke designed to bring everyone down to the lowest common denominator. We either start making stuff again or we fade out. Where will everyone work in a service-based economy? Fast food? These jobs are being phased out slowly, but quickly enough.
The proportion of service sector jobs increased from maybe 5% to 50% between 1800 and 1950 and is around 70% now. Your claims could have made sense two centuries ago. Having manufacturing go from 20% to 5% of jobs changes nothing.
In addition there's a lot of hentai where many wouldn't think twice about the risk of someone being underage but looking more carefully at it one could make a fairly convincing argument someone is under 18.
A Swedish case had the entire court room laughing when the prosecutor claimed a manga character giving a blowjob was obviously underage because of the undeveloped boobs when it was actually gay porn.
I don't feel any attraction to underage women and have never to my knowledge seen actual child porn on the net (Samantha Fox's boobs and Scorpion's Virgin Killer album don't count) but fapping to completely normal manga could technically land me in jail. That's fucking scary. I'll have to fap to non-normal manga for now.
I can't see how using hundreds would really inconvenience criminals either. A quick search says a million would weigh 2kg in 500s, meaning 10kg in 100s. Smuggling huge sums across national borders might become harder but otherwise, who cares.