There will be no utopia. One of the more, if not the single most, compelling appeals of the left is the assurance its giving to the lemmings, namely kids, that a utopia is right around the corner. Between their perceived "advances" in things like "equality" etc plus the amazing advances in technology, its easy, especially in a confined and cloistered environment such as a college campus or even public school, to create a convincing illusion that heaven on Earth is nearly upon us.
Who wouldn't want that? Obviously, this is appealing. These people, again mainly younger people and students, believe that they'll have all of their needs, wants, and desires sufficiently, if not overly fulfilled. They think work is going to be like Twitter was before Elon took it over. Robots will do all the dirty and undesirable things. And they'll be left to express their inner creativity and innovative spirit. Its short workdays, punctuated by snacks, lattes, yoga, naps, fun, and an occasional "meeting" to talk, plan and prepare for the next meaningless "meeting".
This eventuality wasn't going to happen even if weren't in the mess we're in right now. But, it will most certainly not happen given recent developments. For one thing, the demise of the dollar is going to fundamentally change our society and the world from this point forward. Among many other things, this alone will reduce the availability of capital, which is imperative for a lackadaisical lifestyle to exist.
There is no utopia coming. In fact, what's staring all of us in the face right now is a significant disaster and prolonged hardship.