Different options are often presented as different paths forward, as if we are currently standing at a fork in the road which is a useful analogy but it lacks one element: we are not stationary, we are currently moving forward. So more accurately you have two paths in front of you, one of which is the one you’re currently travelling on. From a strategy perspective you could:
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Richard Susskind and Daniel Susskind questioned the assumption that most of the industry seem to make that the professions will be protected from automation because computers cannot exercise professional judgement. The article is essentially a compressed version of that posed in their recent book.