In the 21st century, there has been an increasingly popular concern that, robots will eat up labor share of income at an accelerating rate, leaving ordinary workers impoverished and unemployed. There has been a variant of this since the dawn of industrial revolution. Improvements in farming technology have been greeted with skepticism since ancient times for these motives. Mechanical contraptions for sewing and other task were decried as potentially ruinous to workers in other European nations. There is always a grain of truth to these complains because technological innovations inevitably displace some segment of staff. In general, the current technological revolution is transferring those workers whose jobs constituted of routine, repeatable responsibilities.