It feels like my future has been gutted. My skills are no longer valuable, and there is little to offer in terms of "human creativity" which AI has not yet supplanted.
Microchips enclosed in humanoid bodies can walk, talk, and pack boxes now. And just like a real human, anything the robot can't do will be quickly remediated with on-the-job training. Not for you, but for the robot. That's all it takes for the 'perfect' workforce: teach one robot a skill and the entire silicon workforce knows it now too.
Fantastic! Who the fuck can compete with that?!