Skynet is being built as speak.
More seriously, we are on the verge of another revolution. College kids are building bots that can teach themselves to walk now. Our parents generation don't undersand the tech we have today (my folks are/would be in thier mid-80s). In 30 years I'm not any of us will understand the tech we have then.
I think I'd be more concerned about becoming Borg though. Replacable parts and implants are making huge strides forward in what they can do. Researchers have found a way to connect nerves directly to artificial limbs and give a person close to the same mobility as thier real part did. Others are very close to being able to replace damaged eyes and organs. The big limiter right now is the power source, batteries as opposed to something that lasts decades. Once the tech reaches the point that a replacement arm does more than the one you were issued in the factory how many jobs will begin to require a "laser augmented, high torque, right side industrial appendage" to get a job? I'm sure a couple billion operative units in Indian or China (or where ever the cheapest labor is in 30 years) will happily give thier right arm for the job.
The world she is a changing. But since when is that new?