"the challenge will be for people to develop skills that cannot be displaced by machines"
"Over the next decades the challenge will be for people to develop skills that cannot be displaced by machines", he said.
"The world we are creating is an opportunity for mass creativity. Those are the sorts of jobs that we need," he said.
Or, the challenge will be for societies to get over this notion that everyone should HAVE to work. If machines can do all the work, people should be freed from work not pushed into doing something new for the sake of it. Why bother using labour-saving technology in the first place if we don't want to save people from labour?