Some people — Luddites, usually — lament the effects automation will have on our economy. Their fear is that robotics and AI will replace human jobs, robbing people of income.
My counter argument to these worriers is that wages and salaries are not the only sources of income. They never have been. Ownership of the means of production is also a long-established way to have income without employment.
Historically, of course, it has never been easy for poor people with little money to obtain ownership of productive enterprises.
The web site at the link interests me because it represents a creative solution to the puzzle of enabling poor people to become owners of the means of production. It may not be the best solution imaginable, but I suspect it is an early indicator of a major change from an employment-based to an ownership based economy.