The content in the first panel was essentially meant to be silly gallows humor, the idea that the process of using Ubisoft's Ghostwriter app makes it more able to obviate your position, but then I saw the official video for it from GDC and that's precisely what it does do.
Now, it's for writing barks. Does writing barks suck? Yes. I wouldn't attempt to make the case that writing barks is fun. I have done this task before, as the sole writer on multiple projects, and inconceivable as it may be it is entirely possible to get into the slot on a task like this. I'm just saying that it doesn't stop here because it won't. Indeed, it can't. And it never has.
In order to believe it would, you have to purposefully disregard the business and employment dynamics that mesh to form today's work culture. It would also help if you were illiterate, enabling you to avoid articles about people being fired ten thousand at a time this year in bloodthirsty, worshipful sacrifice to Dagon.
I appreciate that you are probably done listening to me on this topic, but not wanting to hear something isn't correlated with needing to hear it and probably has an inverse relationship. I was talking about this on stage at PAX; I see A.I. people all the time, all the fucking time online, talking about how these technologies will vaporize millions of jobs - as though it were some unaccountable atmospheric phenomena, some playful zephyr, and not something a person made. Let's believe them when they say this. And let's not imagine that we are so valuable, so worthy, that it's never gonna be us.