If you think about it, there's limited difference between creativity within a small scope of action and trying out a billion combinations within that scope.
ie: Deciding on a floral pattern based on the types of flowers you have in your shop. A robot will have a complete image inventory of how all your flowers look now and estimation of they will look in 37 hours (at time of delivery) and come up with an optimal arrangement at minimized cost (or maximized profit) that will still be considered aesthetically pleasing (based on various parameters used to determine aesthetically pleasing, such as amounts of various primary colors, number of different types of flowers, the month of the year, the occasion, the preference of the ordering (or receiving) individual, etc).
And this sort of thing can happen with current software.
(800)Flowers is essentially a middleman currently. Imagine how many jobs would be lost if they teamed up with Amazon.com and cut out the small time flower shops?