According to a recent study by the World Economic Forum, in 2025 more than half of all tasks will be performed by machines, a notorious (and worrying) growth taking into account that currently that figure is at 29%. However, this study also indicates that the robotic revolution will create more than 58 million new jobs over the next five years. Much has already been said about this, but how is it possible that the robots that take away our work are able to create new positions? Much can be done about it, pointing out that each new technology created a novel niche that did not exist before. But there are concrete cases. One of them is the Pazzi robot (equipped with a clamp, the Robotiq, created specifically). Conceived with the UR10 and UR5 robots, Pazzi learned to make pizzas from the Italian chef, and three times world pizza champion, Thierry Graffagnino and now he is able to create, simultaneously, up to ten pizzas with almost 5 million combinations of recipes The 24 hours of the day. The aim is to launch a restaurant concept "turnkey". Other examples are the companies based in Spain, Shad, Continental and Mann + Hummel that, after starting to use collaborative robots, have increased their production and their staff, between 10 and 20%, which speaks of more than 50 new jobs created in each case. Obviously, we will not see this type of robots at home, unless we seek to produce pizzas in bulk, but are intended, because of its ease of programming and installation to occupy a niche, with humans, which until now we had not contemplated.