A few quotes from Engadget's review of the 'Humans' TV show reflecting today's society:
"a teenager wonders aloud if there's any point in going to college and spending years training to be a neurosurgeon. After all, why invest all that time and work when an advanced android, which are commonplace in the show's world, can be programmed with those skills almost instantly."
"While today's generation of college graduates are dealing with crippling debt and an unstable financial market, young adults of tomorrow might have to face a world where their skill set will be practically obsolete by the time they enter the work force."
"Humans works as an allegory about how we all treat each other. We can all agree that slavery is wrong today, but how will we feel once we can easily buy robotic humanoids? And at what point do we start considering their civil rights?"
"We're far beyond the doomsday Terminator scenarios from the last few decades"