It's hard not to get stuck with large corporations filling the question, "How do we increase productivity, efficiency, and while saving money (or sometimes, cutting costs)?
Sure, we can go toward the use of machines and robots, but let's not rely entirely on them either. The machine is only as good as the inventor, and there's pros and cons with both, with the idea of using robots.
I see robots as a tool, much like a camera is for a photographer. There will be times when we need to heavily depend on robots where for example, the environment isn't suitable at all for humans.
But look at the automotive industry, where mass production requires robots to put together certain stages of the vehicle, but still require human labor to come in and complete certain tasks.
I enjoy having robots make some parts of my job easier, but not 100 percent of it...then I become too dependent on it. I also don't want to rely so much on it where I become mentally and physically not capable of doing things myself, i.e. self parking car.
In short, there are areas of industry where it becomes automated, hell, we do things everyday, that in itself is a routine, but I also don't want to lose a job to a robot neither.