If you reply "Yes" then they will retrain you for another role at the firm. Oxford University recently warned that 35% of jobs in the UK were in danger from automation over the next 20yrs. The humble Insurance underwriters was at the top of the list, rated 98.9% at risk.
A robot called Pepper is working alongside bank staff at a company in Taiwan The march of the machines has begun: one of Britain’s biggest companies is to ask its workers whether their jobs could be better done by a robot. The insurance giant Aviva says employees who answer “yes” will be retrained for another role at the firm. Aviva’s unusual invitation to its 16,000 workers in Britain is thought to be a world first: other companies have introduced automation without consultation. Staff who work in its call centres, assess customers’ credit ratings and calculate the price of insurance policies are most likely to have to retrain, experts said.