Yes, but not in the way you are thinking.
Computers are replacing (not augmenting) humans in huge numbers very rapidly over the last 10 years. At my last company, they were laying off thousands through automation and planned to eliminate roughly 35,000 jobs over the next decade (reducing the multi billion dollar company from 75,000 staff to 40,000 very rapidly).
Robotics just cuts out people who have an IQ of 100 or less and depended on being able to see and manipulate things with their hands getting them work.
I think you missed my point. There is no luddite solution. And the change is coming irrevocably now. There will not be enough work. Almost any job you can create will be subject to automation if you make more than the annual cost of running a computer or robot.
Robots are under $20,000 per year now (more like $8000 per year annualized and $3000 per year in environments where there are three shifts).
The market in robotics is exploding. Huge sales and volume over the last few years.
It's going to happen. The question is- how do we treat non workin citizens when we really truly only need a third of working age people to work to produce and manage everything.