It's interesting but sadly the more we get machines to do things, the more unemployment there is overall. I'm sure there would be lots of folks in India who would be very happy to have a job delivering pizzas. I wish we could wind back some of the purely profit-driven aspects of mechanization, for another example, those self-serve checkouts at the supermarket, introduced because only one staff member has to be employed to watch over them, rather than several if folks were just served the old-fashioned way, ie in person. For defusing bombs though, or assisting in search and rescue operations, I am all for drones to do that sort of thing. There are indeed many positive uses for them. Just not those that could and should be done by a person in need of a job.
Then the Blessed One, picking up a tiny bit of dust with the tip of his fingernail, said to the monk, "There isn't even this much form...feeling...
perception...fabrications...consciousness that is constant, lasting, eternal, not subject to change, that will stay just as it is as long as eternity."