Those two words alone are enough to send a conservative bloodhound barking but the question in my own mind runs much deeper than anything to with laziness. Eventually everything is going digital and the more that happens the less and less jobs there will be. As there are less and less supplied jobs there is going to be less and less work outside of the work you produce yourself.
Service sector industries are going to be about the only mass market jobs available outside of food industries and as computers get better at understanding human nuance the quicker those jobs will be replaced as well.
What will people do when there is no work to do? How will you pay rent or buy food? Are they going to just lay all the peons face down and put one bullet in the back of their head or isn't human life something that's intrinsically valuable who's worth still exist even after the jobs are long gone ? An ever-declining job market combined with a population that grows non-stop means we should begin to think about the answers now.