The machine is a perfection of man, one that aggregates all simulations and chooses the best possibility at the right time. AI also gets smarter with each mistake it makes in a type of machine learning called reinforcement learning.
Humans can't learn and execute actions as fast as their robot counterparts can. Our neuronal chips are already at brain capacity, no matter how many amphetamines we take to speed them up.
So what do we do when we're rendered jobless?
For starters, we'll have a bunch of time on our hands to do other stuff, constructing innovative things that robots can't predict. After all, we're the ones biologically wired to random thoughts, chaotic imaginations, and combinatorial creativity.