Not just at the table, but also online. The thing is, we don't really need much when it comes to automation.It seems evident from your comment you still think of gaming as something you do in person at the table. The trend line there is firmly against that view surviving this decade. Indeed, that is probably the #1 reason why we find ourselves here at this juncture right now; because it will soon no longer be true.
I also don't really think playing in person at the table is really going away, I see evidence online of plenty of people who still gather in person to play while many people playing online are either too far removed to get together, or simply don't have the friend group that wants to play forcing them to look online for games.