The bigger AI problems of more immediate concern are
* Machines to deliver mail/packages
* pick fruit
* flip burgers
* install drywall
* dig trenches
* wash and fold clothes
All of the above have machines already doing various degrees of the task assigned. But in the not too distant future, "smart-enough" machines, with a specific "talent", will replace more and more people doing that work. Why bother with debating calls to increase the minimum wage, when I can hire a "robot" that can work 24x7, not call in sick, not take maternity leave, not show up late or leave early, not slack off,
In 20-30 years, people will begin looking back at 2015 as "the good ol' days" never to be seen again as unemployment and civil unrest grow.
No Super-AI needed.