With this new efficiency, somebody will surely lose a job. Change is dangerous.
With regard to IQ, it depends on how long it took them to figure this out. If it was a new employee just coming to the job, he probably had a higher than average IQ, if it was some old codger who had been on the job for years and just figured it out, he probably has a lower than average IQ. (see link)
You only get a brief glimpse in the video, but it looks like a couple of millennials to me. Too bad old codger.
I am very skeptical of all of the 'statistics' based national polling services. The one attached had a total of ~9,159 respondents. Look at the column labeled 'SAMPLE.' That sure seems like an awfully small sample size. And, how was that spread out across the U.S.?
Please don't make this...