Humans will increasingly compete with machines powered by artificial intelligence. The uniquely human capacities, such as empathy, adaptability, and creativity, will keep humans valuable in the rapidly evolving economy well into the unknown future.
The easiest to teach skills are also the ones easiest to be digitized and learned by machines. 5 categories of skills are identified in this research, from the easiest to hardest to be copied by machines: routine cognitive, non-routine manual, routine manual, non-routine analytic, non-routine interpersonal.
Report published by EPSC (European Political Strategy Centre); a think tank for the European Commission.