The exact date when robots will completely replace people in all areas of life is still unknown.

However, automation and the development of robotics have a significant impact on the labor market and production processes.
At the moment, robots are already performing routine and repetitive tasks in industry, manufacturing, logistics and other industries.
They are also used in medicine, automotive, agriculture and other fields.

However, some jobs still require human intervention, such as creative tasks, context-based decision making, interpersonal communication, and emotional intelligence. These skills are difficult to replicate in robots.

In the future, it is expected that automation will continue to develop and robots will become more common in various industries. However, the replacement of all types of work by humans is unlikely to occur in the coming years or even decades.

 Most likely, we will see the evolution of the workforce, where some types of work will be replaced by robots, and people will be reoriented to more creative, intellectual and emotional tasks.

In addition, issues of ethics, social influence and regulation also have an impact on the adoption of robotics. The future of interaction between robots and humans largely depends on how we manage and direct this technology.