A new world ranking shows that no country is fully ready for automation. For countries to have a long-term strategy to deal with the challenges of automation, “education must be at the centre of it” the report notes, with a large proportion of indicators relating to quality of universities.
“As [sic] technologies evolve, so will the roles of humans that work with them. This continuous transformation will demand a high degree of adaptability on the part of individuals to continue learning throughout their working lives; educational and training systems must cater effectively to this demand.” However, very few countries have undertaken initiatives in curriculum reform, lifelong learning, occupational training and workplace flexibility. Read more here