We didn't get unemployment and collapse of society when machinery destroyed 90% of those jobs.
From a long-term view (decades), no we didn't get massive unemployment.
From a short-term view (years), yes we did. The early phases of the industrial revolution saw very high unemployment. And with no welfare systems back then, quite a few of those people starved to death or turned to crime. The majority were badly mistreated by those who owned the early factories because there were no other jobs around. The agricultural revolution had a similar history.
So if/when an AI takes over your job, your choices are likely to be:
c) Crappy job
d) Try and retrain to a new field before that gets taken over by AIs as well.
e) Hope society gets rebuilt on less capitalistic lines and you can enjoy a life of leisure.
I'm sure it'll all sort itself out within a generation. Doesn't really help that generation though.