The thing is, there are already several robotic mowers on the market. The trick will be getting the price down low enough to justify buying one vs. hiring a service.
Further, stores are replacing cashiers with self-serve checkouts, there are robotic fry cookers and robotic burger assembly lines, and hell, I know people who make peanuts working as freelance sports reporters who are being replaced by AI. We won't even need to have assembly lines to build parts someday, just a handful of people who can make repairs to the printers and fabricators...well, until the robots are good enough and cheap enough to replace them.
And the billionaires, busily funding this work to replace labor with machines, demand that we work. Doing what, exactly? And when none of us can get a job, who exactly needs all this stuff that would be built by the robotic labor?
The future is looking a lot more dystopian than I used to think it would be.