I'm going to take the less trendy viewpoint and say that capitalism continues to exist, but it changes its form in order to adapt to the realities of its shortcomings. Capitalists would like for things to continue as they are now forever. They are, however, smart enough to see that it cannot. Therefore, the 1% will do whatever is necessary in order to keep as much of their wealth as possible, without resorting to communism.
For example, I could see something like a universal basic income eventually being introduced in most countries, which would take care of everyone's basic needs, while capitalism continues through the buying and selling of digital assets. The new jobs would be mostly creative jobs, and there would continue to be competitions surrounding who can use AI to create the "best" art (and/or "experiences" and such), and the economy would involve the buying and selling of individuals' creations. What you can buy with your universal basic income would probably not be that great... and, unfortunately, I suspect that people will start getting used to smaller living spaces, especially as virtual reality becomes more advanced. So, the new "American Dream" might involve a story about someone who is born in a tiny Amazon Pod, works 4 hours a week at Amazon, spends their life in virtual reality, and finally sells enough digital goods to be able to own a farm or something in the real world - I don't know, that was a pretty random scenario. But, I think that whatever happens, capitalism isn't going to go anywhere anytime soon.