I think it is clear that knowledge and therefore broad education remain important.
Fundamentally schools are there to provide the building blocks upon which you can provide value to society. But I am not sure they need to change the core topics significantly today. Numeracy, literacy, technology, creativity as well as softer skills like group work, leadership, communication remain important in a post AI-world.
At degree level though, courses will need to change.
Do accountancy courses include a greater understanding of the way artificial intelligence will execute tasks currently done by accountants or do they train for a new type of accountant. The workplace cares more for the latter so this should happen over time. Greater integration between the workplace and universities would allow this to happen faster though.
When it comes to marketing, its shift towards a data heavy approach has seen increasing demand for data scientists who analyse and predict key success indicators. Over time, these processes will become more and more automated.
Does it result in a decline in demand though?
More likely we will see greater numbers of companies able to take advantage of automated data science capabilities (who could not previously afford a data scientist) and the data scientist role being used to give an edge over the automation – assuming innovation in data science remains possible.