top: Alexander Ross, jpeg of painting found on Google Images
bottom: Tom Beddard vimeo (via Data Is Nature), screen capture converted to jpeg

Obviously there are some things people do better than machines (be unpredictable, funny, perverse, and sensitive) and some things machines do better than people (create patterns very quickly requiring mammoth amounts of calculation). It would be nice to think that these two skill sets will merge but that isn't what will happen. Rather, "human" skills will atrophy as cost models demand increasingly gaudy digital bells and whistles. (See: movies. music, etc.)

Afterthought: Apropos of this earlier post, turning off the sub-Ligeti soundtrack on the Beddard video and just watching it in silence is recommended. It's pretty visually rich and really, truly doesn't need to be accompanied by prosthetic heavenly choir sounds.