Google robot is 'the end of manual labor': VC

Pro: Atlas robot is 'end of manual labor'
Pro: Atlas robot is 'end of manual labor'
Google's future in robotics
Google's future in robotics
Meet the new Atlas robot
Meet the new Atlas robot

Boston Dynamics' new "Atlas" robot is a game changer, not just for companies, but for society, CEO Jason Calacanis said Wednesday.

"This is really the end of manual labor. When you watch this video, he's walking through the snow; he's wobbly, but he gets back up," the tech investor told CNBC's "Squawk Alley."

"Manual labor is going to end in our lifetime, and in this video you can see how close we really are. It's a huge societal issue with jobs, but it's going to be a huge lift in terms of efficiency of companies that nobody expected."

The capabilities of the Atlas robot are demonstrated during the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's Demo Day on April 6, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts
Google's 'next generation' Atlas robot turns heads

The Alphabet-owned robotics company released a video on Tuesday of the Atlas, in which it moves boxes and gets back up after being knocked down.

"It's super eerie. In 10 years, the idea is going to be 'would you let this [robot] put your kids to bed? Would you let it change your kid's diaper?'" Calacanis said. "That's how fast this is going to advance. It's picking up packages right now. These things are going to be walking down the street 10 to 15 years from now, delivering pizzas; they're going to be in your office moving packages around."

Calacanis also noted that's offices currently have robots executing simple tasks and "eliminating human jobs."

Amazon later reached out to CNBC and said: "Employees are still fulfilling the same roles of picking, packing and shipping at our fulfillment centers. Robots transport products in a facility and decrease the amount which employees must walk to gather items for customer orders. Amazon Robotics is making our associates' jobs easier."