The creation of the coming robot society is already in progress and it is obviously progressing well. Self-driving cars are already being tested and will be available for public use within a few years. Self-driving long-haul trucks may be used even sooner, initially on open highways in good weather; when they have proven themselves as reliable as human drivers in that venue, their use will expand. This use seems inevitable because they are already viable and their sensing equipment and thus skill level is being improved every day. Automatic farming equipment has already been built and is being tested on large farms. It can autonomously switch between the various pieces of specialized equipment necessary to run a farm, and the farm is being totally operated by computers. Mining operations are also becoming increasingly performed by robot equipment. Many manufacturing jobs have been replaced by robot assembly lines, and even intellectual occupations are also becoming more automated.
It appears that all human occupations can eventually be replaced by robots, but that may take thirty years. The job requiring the most human hands-on ability may be in the form of robot maintenance. It will take a decade to even begin manufacturing the devices mentioned above (self-driving cars, trucks, multi-function-tractors) to be built and designed to be maintained by robots. Only the multi-function farm equipment has the designed-in ability to swap between the various pieces of needed equipment. What is needed is the ability to repair all these pieces of equipment without the use of human maintenance personnel.
The robot society will need some maintenance by humans until all the robots can be maintained by specialized maintenance super-robots. But these will be last-ditch efforts by humans and the super-robots because most of the equipment will be using localized general purpose maintenance robotic equipment. In the not too distant future, all things will be made to be maintained by simple robots, or the robot will report that the item is inoperable and needs to be replaced.
Thus a whole society of robots is needed to maintain the multitude of specialized robots doing ordinary work. In order to totally service humanity, there would need to be a vast number of specialized and multi-function robots. Thousands of years in the future the robot society would have no need to manufacture most of the things humans now want because the humans would no longer be serving any useful function and it wouldn’t be necessary to maintain the complex machines needed to make organic food, for example.
We humans are a temporary transition species moving into a robot society. On an individual level it will probably be a lot of fun.