Why are creative jobs non-automatable? If we are assuming that AIs and automation will be able to take care of every possible job, why would creative arts be an exception? Art isn’t unique to humans. Look at birds who build elaborate displays to grab attention from mates. Is that not a form of art? We already have AI that can look at compositions and reproduce compositions of in the same style as Bach.
There is no reason to think that anything we do can’t be done better by sufficiently advanced technology. Unless we hold on to human art as a classification, or limit AI’s ability to learn and create because it makes us feel uncomfortable.
When I say things will go bad for humans as we move toward this, I believe the transition period will not be pleasant. We may get to a socialist/communist or some how Star Trek utopia, but those at the top who will be the only ones able to make value off of these industries will go down kicking and screaming, with all of the considerable power they will have.
Let me make this clear. Automation is good. It can be more efficient and safe for humans. However, we will have to go through some fundamental cultural changes to accept the consequences of no longer having anything like a purpose. A lack of purpose is extremely detrimental to the human psyche. We must learn how to create a purpose in a world where we are not needed outside of social bonds.