With more automated jobs, workers need AI skills, Arizona experts say

Peter Samore

KTAR News

Nov 17, 2020

The common idea that AI will replace humans in the workforce certainly true in part, but that’s not the whole story. Diverse populations are going to be needed to not only program but run artificial intelligence. And those populations wont necessarily need higher degrees, either. Instead, think specific skills. Think skill training. Schools can provide curricula that meet AI workforce demands, such as networking, software development, cybersecurity. It’s not rocket science. It’s computer science.

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