Will machines completely replace all human beings?

Human beings build machines, machines produce things and other machines. The machines do that for human beings and instead of human beings and other living beings (for example: horses, oxen etc.). Those human beings who did the same before the machines began to do it did not want to be replaced as workers / wage earners, but as consumers they wanted to be replaced. And what happened? Replacement! The currently workers / wage earners do not want to be replaced, but as consumers they want to be replaced. And what happens? Replacement! This will not change until the completely replacement of human workers / wage earners by machines. So the probability is very high that all human beings will be completely replaced by machines. I have been estimating that that probability is about 80% (see here, here, here, here, here, here, and here).

Machines can do human works very much better, they are cheaper, they can be better controlled as human beings (this doesn’t mean that machines can be forever totally controlled). Again: The probability is about 80% that machines will completely replace all human beings.