In IT manual work is a bug and the fix is
- Document the steps
- Create automation equivalents
- Create automation
- Self-service and autonomous systems
I would argue that this is also true for all manual office work, anywhere. The AI Lawyer is one example.
You could turn this around and ask the question: What will happen to all the jobs that can be automated?
They will disappear.
Only jobs that cannot be replaced by an automated process trained at some point in the past using algorithms that are unaware of the actual reality they are working in – that is, AI/ML – will continue to exist.