Economics will win out- cheap disposable kamikaze drones will slowly replace more and more of offensive aircraft since they can be either remote or AI controlled, meaning less risk to the squishy pilot.That might be the future, but I don't think anyone will understand what's going on. War fighting isn't immune from future shock. Plus, never underestimate the egos of fighter pilots, and the Great Pyramid of Hubris.
Most, if not all 6th gen aircraft will be optionally manned plus have force multiplying AI wing buddies, and opening attacks these days are from guided missiles rather than manned aircraft. The pilot is the weak link, they are heavy, need life support and can't take rapid maneuvering easily without being squeezed like a Capri Sun.
However this is not rosy for complex battle situations when having a pilot with eyes on matters, and it does make communications resilience more of a vital issue. There is the thorny issue of AI in charge of weapons, but with Russia and possibly China forging ahead it might erode the concern of NATO countries.