Perhaps you’re not entirely up to date, Guap?
There’s now a growing sector of end-user-programmable general purpose industrial robots for assembly tasks in light industry. It’s no longer the case that robots have to be specially designed and programmed for particular roles in particular assembly lines.
That said, of course mobile robots like those created by Boston Dynamics are worthless for industrial applications, and due to their power limitations have few if any practical uses today. But when mobile robot applications do arise, whether for delivery and freight or surveillance, or whatever, someone will be the market leader and someone will have all the relevant patents. And it won’t be all that long before the demand for the robots is there, and before the robots have power sufficient for their needs.