In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the ability to leverage AI can make all the difference. That’s why more and more organizations are investing in building AI skills among their employees.
- AI training and education programs are becoming more common in organizations, with many offering online courses, workshops, and bootcamps.
- Companies are also hiring AI experts and data scientists to help build their AI capabilities, or partnering with external firms to access expertise.
- To build a successful AI program, organizations need to have a clear understanding of their business goals and the problems they want to solve with AI.
- It’s also important to have a data strategy in place, as AI relies heavily on high-quality data to generate insights and make predictions.
- Finally, building a culture of experimentation and collaboration can help organizations embrace AI and drive innovation across the business.
- Life is the continual process of learning
- Skills pay the bills
- In the end, the only sustainable advantage many companies have is the ability to learn faster than their competitors…
- Evolving work demands and skills requirements are one big reason why continuous learning is critical, and there is no sector experiencing this more abruptly than technology.
- A recent World Economic Forum report found that more than half (54%) of all employees will require significant reskilling and upskilling in just three years
- Among the fastest-growing topics are those central to building AI applications: machine learning (up 58% from 2018), data science (up 53%), data engineering (up 58%), and AI itself (up 52%).