The jobs robots will be able to do in the not so distant future are endless, according to some experts. From painting to directing traffic to fighting fires, many economist and Silicon Valley insiders agree that society is on the verge of significant job displacement. One recent study reports that 47 percent of jobs in the U.S. are vulnerable to automation. In many ways, this story is nothing new -- technology has always threatened work. What is different, observers say, is the pace and extent of change. It’s a future, they argue, we need to prepare for now. Guest host Laura Knoy talks with our panel about robots, jobs and how we think about work.