@bythewell - But using a computer and truly being "in computers" are two different things. Computers are designed so that the average worker can use them with minimal training, and I imagine the day will come when there are a lot of robots around doing jobs like that as well.
But if you really work in computers, I imagine someone who has a degree in making or fixing software or hardware, and does nothing except that kind of work. Most IT jobs do require a college degree and robotics would be even more complicated because robots are far more diverse than computer systems (and, of course, include computer systems in most cases these days).
Working with robots is likely to be no different from any other job in industry. A lot of people do it already. But robotic jobs are for specialists and they always will be.