Not sure if it's a result of approaching 30 or kneejerk contrarianism against AI-generated writing (which I'm actually optimistic about) but I'm finding myself appreciating "stylized" writing more recently. Bruce Sterling's prologue to Ascendancies is a good example:
Maybe I'm just fooling myself but when reading this I feel like I detect an aliveness that AI writing still lacks, even with prompt wizardry applied. This isn't just carbon chauvinism either. The aliveness isn't inherent; an AI could totally achieve it. I just don't think they have yet.