I think that The Guardian's article is showing to us how automation in the future of work can be grim. Multiple voices from the text confirm the risk of replacing workers by robots in the work domain, which can only widen the gap between rich and poor. The low-wage jobs are more likely to be replaced, so the workers will lose their jobs. “Inequality would spiral” said Mathew Lawrence, a researcher from the IPPR thinkthank. The inequality will increase, and it's what the thinkthank predicts. The group also warns the government to be more present and active in the capital, already unequal. But as I said at the beginning, it will mainly widen the economical gap for sure.