Quality and artisanship could be rewarded more effectively if people felt they were procuring an experience with every use, rather than acquiring stuff. It is only half in jest that I tell my sixteen-year-old daughter that I’d rather she work in design than computer science, because that is where the jobs will be.
When delivery is free, will ownership survive?
Seth Miller

Excellent insights. This is the first time I’ve seen a solid example of why AI will make more artisan jobs, though I’ve seen that touted in a number of articles before. If everything is built for quality and built to last, meant to be shared indefinitely, I can finally see why human craftsmanship and unique design might surge as ubiquitous goods are mass-produced by robots.