The questions on the minds of scholars and business analyst identically remains a reflection from 2019 and years past. However, technology effects jobs and how can we prepare our students to achieve goals in an increasingly automated, AI-driven world?
The concern that circles AI, automation and its impact on jobs broadly exceed the understanding of its opportunities. As the educational landscape continues to evolve, the focus on AI should, and likely will, command a more prominent role in the curriculum.
Digitization of the Industry
As we all knew that talent and workforce strain associated with the digitization of nearly every industry in the world. Meanwhile, Amazon inaugurated its first store with checkout-free shopping and automatic billing two years ago. The credit goes to new AI-powered tools.
According to the Gartner report, AI will replace the 1.8 million eliminated jobs with 2.3 million new jobs by 2020. Employment companies announced that a growing number of AI jobs are providing careers to talents with required skills. The World Bank has also accepted that the expanded use of artificial intelligence and robotics are unlikely to lead to job excess.
The truth is
AI is the fourth industrial revolution with the potential for all applications and processes to get smarter to benefits for the world. It impacts every part of our lives, from how we shop to our healthcare to the cars we drive. The advancement of AI will put up to 58 million net new jobs in the next few years, says the World Economic Forum. Economic Modeling Specialists concludes that jobs in STEM fields will grow by 13% between now and 2027. However, the supply of AI talent is not meeting demand.
Rather, we’re concerned that misunderstandings about automation and AI. The impact on the job market, have dominated all of the positive ways that AI can change the world for the better from creating new healthcare solutions to designing hospitals of the future, Better farming, and our food supply, improving educational resources and access, and even cleaning our oceans, air, and water supply. The embryonic for humans to improve the world through AI is endless, as long as we know how to use it.
Must go through the book for bridging this gap
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