The problem with all this robotic stuff is there comes a point where the people they replace essentially have no hope of employment. Whilst the big corporations and billionaires like Musk will have made even more money during the process, a point will be reach where there are insufficient customers to buy their wares and services.
At that point pretty much everything collapses into a heap, particularly when all those concerned do everything possible to avoid paying tax. That is the rich customers & corporations.
Automation and robotics is not just a technical issue, it is a social and moral one. Just saying that this has happened before with manufacturing or agriculture ignores the fact that overall, the number of jobs will decrease. This is particularly critical when what is left is the absolute dregs at the bottom that is too expensive to automate.
Whilst there is an issue employing people in the UK at the moment, much of this appears to be the utterly unrealistic requirements, either on skills or working hours.
The first is totally insane, employers want all the skills but are not prepared to train people, but then moan when nobody has the skills. the second is equally bonkers. I know ZHC and so on a a curse but as an example, my son (student on his placement in industry) is trying to get some shelf stacking or similar for some extra money. He cannot because they want people to "be available" 7 days a week for a 14 hour part time job.