Do you think the Data Science bubble will burst in the coming years due to Artificial Intelligence? And Data Scientists will not be in demand?

I don’t believe there is such a thing as a data science bubble. On the contrary, I believe that the function of the data scientist will be consolidated in every civil, academic, and economic sphere. What I think is that the human ability for comprehending the problem and the cause-and-effect processes between the problem under investigation and the surrounding environment, i.e. material, moral, economic, and social impacts, cannot be entirely automated or delegated to artificial intelligence. These processes cannot and must not be entrusted to thinking machines to analyze. The ramifications might be catastrophic for humanity. We can automate procedures and statistical analysis of solutions, but issue analysis should never be delegated without the presence of a data scientist.