This week there is an article called "Brain Donors", on how humans can help AIs do their jobs. It includes the sentence:
If a machine cannot understand what you are saying or move around safely, how can you expect it to load your dishwasher?
In other words, the technology that replaces human effort doesn't just trivially reproduce the human behaviour (washing up at the sink): it reproduces the desired effect of that behaviour (clean dishes), but in a way more appropriate to a mechanised solution.
However, the moral of this tale is that technology solves our problems in ways different from how we solve them. So I should no more expect this latest chore to be eased by a robot loading a dishwasher, than to expect a robot to stand at the sink washing up.