(Bloomberg) -- Computer scientists, doctors and dentists are the jobs least likely to be taken by robots as automation spreads through advanced economies, according to Bank of England Chief Economist Andy Haldane.
Speaking in Parliament on Tuesday, Haldane said analysis by staff at the central bank found that occupations with a “high creative and technical content,” and those that heavily draw upon “emotional intelligence,” are “the two classes of employment that are most impervious to the rise of robots.”
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