Centre for Educational Research and Innovation - CERI

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Skills



The Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Skills CERI work aims to help policy makers understand how artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics are likely to affect work and how education should change in anticipation. 

The project addresses the following questions:

  • What human capabilities will be too difficult for AI and robotics to reproduce over the next few decades?
  • What education and training will be needed to allow most people to develop capabilities that are beyond the capabilities of AI and robotics? 


Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Skills project brochure




  • Expert meeting – Assessing AI’s science skills through the OECD’s PISA test (21 June 2022, Virtual meeting)
  • Expert meeting – Assessing AI’s skills through occupational tests (Part I.) (6 July 2022, Virtual meeting)
  • Expert meeting – Assessing AI’s skills through occupational tests (Part II.)  (19 September 2022, Virtual meeting)
  • Expert meeting – Understanding how to use and synthesise AI evaluation instruments to gauge AI skills (19-20 October 2022, Paris)
  • Expert meeting - Identifying capabilities to use for developing a set of scales to measure AI capabilities (21 February 2023)
  • Expert subgroup meeting - Developing AI scales on the “Motor control and Sensory” domain (29 March 2023)




International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills (AI-WIPS)





Stuart Elliott Project Manager, Senior Analyst

Margarita Kalamova Analyst

Nóra Révai Analyst

Mila Staneva Analyst

Abel Baret Analyst

Marc Fuster Rabella Analyst

Sam Mitchell Analyst

Aurelija Masiulytė Project Assistant

Contact us: [email protected]


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