The point of writing as a human is to express ourselves. To pour words on paper (or the screen) and reflect on who you are, to learn, to evolve, and to inspire others. You can influence and inspire your future self as well.
Yesterday, I woke up and started the day writing five hundred words before I did any work. This is a practice I follow and will continue to follow. It doesn't make sense to delegate this to a machine because the whole point is to pour things out of my mind. Maybe this can turn into a conversation with an AI in the long run. I talk, we discuss, and my virtual assistant takes notes and generates a document instead of typing at my desk with a keyboard.
Machine intelligence is here to stay, and we'll find it harder to be original as it improves. But we must remember that they work because of all the knowledge humans have created before, with our mistakes and biases. Only they'll get better if we continue to produce original content. That may be a mistaken assumption, but I believe it in some way. AI originality is probably down the road, and current systems can hallucinate. But I like to think we'll do better work together with them. We must wait until everything is stable to identify which parts won't be done by humans anymore. Maybe they will but at a scary-fast pace.
Writing is a medium for creative expression, as are drawing, singing, film, photography, and many, many other forms. Get a pen and write—express yourself. Type with your fingers or thumbs. Shoot a video. Take a photo. Doodle. Tell us a story.