I have no problems with tax law modifications to make things fairer, and assure that everybody's got a good shot at surviving.
But if a robot can do the work more efficiently than a person, then we shouldn't try to stop it. Instead, let's find something else for the person to do. And if there's really nothing else (not very likely in the foreseeable future), then we redistribute some of the money in the least complicated fashion.
If the cake is large enough to feed everyone why are we making more cake?
Because there's still international competition for resources.