According to CBC, when treating and rehabilitating sociopaths, it is much more effective to teach them about the theory and abstract ideas on empathy than to teach them to feel what others are feeling. This system of therapy maps a process that is the epitome of what we think of as distinctly not digital. Teaching computers to model the processes that describe human experiences lets us automate what is mostly now considered human in art. Technical skills in photography are already mostly automated.
To truly succeed you need to offer something that the competition does not. When technology offers something to the masses, the implied to caption renders a skill useless to monetization. The thing about stories is that we all already tell them. The best stories are already broadly told. What makes a good one is how true it is to one person's identity. Technology can never compete with that..