Because Engineers don't work for cheap, and most industries are too small to afford an engineer, the cost of buying the equipment etc. They run with a small margin of profits which makes it more feasible to steadily grow through human effort than leap to automation.
Besides, all service jobs require human interaction. For example >>12297981>office work
Call centers are services in which stupid people need to be guided to fix their issue, and the operator is told to scam the user whenever possible. These scams are a sizeable part of the company's profits. Other bureaucratic work is mostly archiving for legal purposes and filters based on reading comprehension, which can't be automated.>Investing
This is fucking retarded. The idea behind investment is to gamble, if you come up with some safest automatic approach to investment you'll either be wasting time or simply move the goalpost if that approach becomes widespread.>Construction
Relies in situational awareness that comes cheap from underpaying a blue collar worker.>factories
Situational awareness. Besides, the point of the military is to kill people to solve conflicts. This implies the need of a conflict in the first place and the killing of people. Whole industries revolve on solving the first part and the second part can be achieved through terrorism.>police
Situational awareness, which mutt cops don't even have.>drones
How the fuck will a drone capture a suspect? You may want to kill the suspect, but then the idea of the judicial system goes moot and the police as well since people could also kill the fucker with no qualms.>tank vehicles
What for? You already have tanks driven by someone, what difference does it make?