It’s estimated that, globally, as many as 375 million people may need to switch occupational categories and learn new skills by 2030. That’s because artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are predicted to both displace millions of jobs and create millions of new ones.
But according to Rand Hindi, co-founder and CEO of technology company Snips and a keynote speaker at Talent Connect 2018, the future skills that people will need most are not technical. They’re the human skills that machines just can’t replicate—and never will.
“The idea that AI someday will be able to