The problem here is as we keep putting people out of work with technology, what are we going to do with all the unemployed people? Young people keep getting married and wanting babies. But there are less and less jobs for when these babies grow up. Too much technology is proving to be a bad thing.
It is not always that simple, and not always a negative. For example. When power tools began to be practicle and affordable, the unions fought them tooth and nail, caliming that it would put workers (especially carpenters) out of work, becuase they could frame a home so much faster, etc.
They were right, it was faster, a lot faster. This led to being able to reduce the price of a new home, which increased the demand for homes, which meant more work, not less, and now the workers were working more, not less, and were now able to afford their own product - a home.
In New York City, the uions were able to keep a law in place, the forbade the instalation of garbage disposal units in sinks, becaus the reduced garbage, meant less work for collectors. Than might well be true. However, people now had a convenient way, to dispose of food leftovers and byproducts. Not only was this easier, their homes smelled better, had less clutter, and the rat problem was reduced a lot. sometimes, having a better life for tens of thousands might be worth the the sacrifice of the jobs of some. No doubt, the invention of the automobile, caused the loss of the jobs of ferriers, but people could now go farther to find ways to work, take vacations to exotic places and of course, work in fuel stations, tire factories, auto plants etc, etc, or should we go back so we can have more people shoeing horses?