Lack of digital skills is a new form of illiteracy."Neelie Kroes, former Vice-President of the European Commission
Doubling the pace of training would significantly reduce the proportion of jobs threatened by automation.
Employees are positive about the impact of new technologies on their work and are willing to train to adapt.
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