we need robots doing everything for us but we need them to be in some way financed so that they can do the work without the bulk of the population dying of starvation. if that means rebellion against robocorp, or richman inc, then so be it :)
The above is probably accurate. The fix doesn't necessarily require a rebellion against RoboCorp, though; the problems could be addressed through legislation. E.g. imagine a robot tax, such that the owner of each robot is required to pay $x per year to operate that robot (the fee would probably vary depending on the type of robot, etc). The proceeds of that tax are then divided up equally and given to each citizen to use however they want.
This would drive the Republicans absolutely nuts, of course, but it would at least (probably) keep the public from starving and rioting in the streets. If the robots were productive enough, it might even improve the average standard of living, since people would then be free to do whatever avocation they enjoy, rather than being forced to do menial labor just to keep food on the table.