By Martin Taylor
A recent report by the CBI found that nine-in-ten UK workers will need to learn new skills or retrain entirely by 2030. According to the CBI, 21 million people lack the basic digital skills needed to cope with digitalization, and resolving this issue is projected to cost a staggering £130 billion over the next decade.
With the UK workforce already struggling to keep pace with technological advances, does the relentless march of “automation everywhere” mean that pretty soon many of us may find ourselves entirely displaced by robots? Should we fear for our jobs – or will we just get better ones?
No new technology has ever created unemployment, in anything but the shortest term. Rather, technologies have only served to