Great vid Jonathan, already seen it. Really liked how he points out that people "are" like robots, hence there's its faulty part where humans come in handy, where robots can't.
Us humans, as living creatures, will keep improving biologically ourselves too, in order to enhance our bodies and minds further beyond. And implants, biotechnology, AI's and every "tool" we design will improve our living experiencie more and more, making us capable of things we were never before able too. Robots will not be our Homo Sapiens as we interpret the neardhentals; I believe their will be our new social improvement that will revolutionaze society as we know it. But we, as humans, will still keep improving ourselves so we don't fall back on the evolutionary process.
Another thing robots don't have, and if they don't fuse themselves with biological parts will never have, is purpose, and motivation, will, hatred and desire. Feelings, by themselves, come from natural responses we developed to endure nature and other humans. We have biochemical signals to nearly everything, perhaps regulated by our minds, but that make irrational responses appear everywhere. We by ourselves move forward satisfying our needs and desires as we go, justifying our actions in the way. But also because we are smart animals we can justify those actions, and improve our consciousness of the world around us, and comprehend more things. The problem with robotics is that you can't code desire, or chance, or random evolution (yet), biochemical responses, real hate and consciousness, because those things would come from logical decisions made by the programmer itself. Curiosity can't be manifested if there is no desire of learning more. You can teach a really advanced robot to search for means to invent a time-travelling machine, but it by itself couldn't appreciate the information given by the world around and have the desire to make it if it was not programmed to it. It can't reach new ways of appreciating things or feeling them. So I think humans will still stick for a while, if we don't destroy ourselves before.
Of course with time, investigation and techonological advances conscious AI's will appear, simple ones, but a system that self-replicates, learns, understands and is taught to have curiosity will come in anytime given. But when the time comes I suppose humans will be far more advanced than that, as technology just makes tasks easier, to explore new possibilities.