OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman is saying that AI will soon be giving medical advice to people too poor for actual healthcare. "The adaptation to a world deeply integrated with AI tools is probably going to happen pretty quickly," he wrote. We are seeing in areas across the industrial spectrum that AI will be the default for most people, while actual human contact and help will increasingly be the domain of the rich. This is true in schools, where computers are taking the place of human teachers; in restaurants, where robots are replacing chefs; and in the travel world, where bots are replacing human travel advisors. And that's just the tip of the iceberg.