With robots and artificial intelligence phasing out rudimentary human labor, The Brookings Institution's Daniel Araya looks at the repercussions for the future of the job market.
According to Araya, the rise of robots and artificial intelligence will force education reform to take technology into account. While there will be an integration of technology, creatives, and jobs with creative skill will have an increase in demand:
"According to a recent report from the British think tank Nesta, creative work remains the only strategic response to automation. Their key finding is that creative occupations are much more resistant to computerization. This actually makes a lot of sense when one considers the capacities of computers to replicate tasks that are well defined."
Head over to The Brookings Institution to learn more about educating the future labor force: