The abstract thinking needed to do my job will not be replaceable by AI, robots, and other automation for generations.
I know a large number of truck drivers. Some of them are competent programmers (Truck driving pays damn well if you can handle the lifestyle). Until as recently as a year ago, they were all dead set convinced that self driving trucks were 50 years away if we ever achieved it. Even today, they are mostly convinced it wont happen during their careers.
The reality is that innovation almost never comes from an inside player. They are too close to the game, and their own prejudices have convinced them that innovation / automation cant be made to work in their industry. It takes someone on the outside who has no idea how hard the job is to come along and undertake the task that conventional wisdom holds is impossible.
My point is that when automation comes to your industry, and wipes out your job, it will be far too late to do anything about it. The only answer that really works is to be one of the people making automation that wipes out someone else's career, and even then, if that process doesn't make you wealthy enough to retire, you need to have a plan for what comes after that.