The answer to that question according to this NPR blog seems to be a definitive Yes!
The video below shows a driver-less tractor working a field using advanced GPS systems to help with the planting. Similar technology is used to power robots that milk cows and do other farm related tasks – great as the farmer can now do something else and/or not hire a worker. Substituting labor for capital is now deemed more profitable for the business. Does this spell the end of the line for the farm hand?
DeLaval VMS is designed to make your life and work easier. A touch-screen interface at the ergonomically designed milking station provides you with fast and intuitive control of the entire system