The problem is that the machines will always be better at being a machine than a human will. The chair does its job perfectly and never tires. The calculator is faster than you. The bucket does a better job of holding water.
When we invent the machine to do a job, it will end up doing its job better and faster than you. So how can we compete?
We compete by being humans, not machines. We compete by being artistic, flexible, unpredictable, creative, and understanding.
The robots are predictable, inflexible, monotonous, and cold emotionless cyborgs.
The illusion of perfection is boring. The finished product is predictable. We want to see the challenges, the process, the working out the difficulties, the hard moments and hidden stuff all along the way.
Don't be a machine, focus on being a human. Share human experiences.