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Learning to learn: Future-proof your skills in the AI age

Learning to learn: Future-proof your skills

Our collaborative report on the importance of ‘learning to learn’ in a world of artificial intelligence.

Robert Bolton

Partner, Global People and Change Centre of Excellence

KPMG in the UK


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As AI begins to disrupt industries, sectors, and enterprises alike, the question being asked is not only what the jobs of the future will look like, but what skills will be needed to carry them out?

They will not just be the harder skills of computer science, maths, and data analytics, but the softer skills will be essential too: critical thinking and problem solving, collaboration and creative skills, such as curiosity and imagination. The skills required for working with AI will be just as important as the skills for working on AI.

This major piece of work will serve as an essential guide for those looking to adapt to the future of work but also for policy makers and educationalists who need to restructure our education and training system so that it can deliver these skills. 

Access our report - Learning to learn


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