The next white-collar jobs to fall victim to automation will likely be financial reporters and sports reporters.
A company called Automated Insights created a program called WordSmith that generates simple news stories based on things like sporting events and financial news. The stories are published on Yahoo! and via the Associated Press, among other outlets.
Don't expect the bots to take over critical reportage on such things as entertainment or rollover wrecks any time soon, though. And the main threat is to print and web reporters at the moment; broadcasters will have someone atop Sylvan Hill every time a snowflake hits, so they can show you just how slippery the pavement is. That's unlikely to change in the foreseeable future, unfortunately.