AI skills crisis must be prioritized by businesses worldwide

AI skills crisis must be prioritized by businesses worldwide
AI is permeating every part of our lives – from supply chains to customer service and with promising impact. By 2030, AI is projected to add US$15 trillion to the global economy and boost enterprise profitability by an average of 38% by 2035 . However, the AI skills crisis is recognized as the biggest barrier for wider AI adoption, preventing it from fulfilling its true potential. The gap has emerged because of the accelerating pace of digitalization in the workplace, challenging our education system to prepare and train students with the skills needed to meet the demands of today’s world.

Why upskilling is vital for creating a win-win situation for both candidates and organisations

Why upskilling is vital for creating a win-win situation for both candidates and organisations

With the rapid increase in technological advances, it becomes compulsory for the aspiring degree holders to develop the essential new-age skills and expertise required to compete in future careers intensified by these advancements. Upskilling has now become mandatory due to the lack of desired jobs and intense competition among eligible applicants.

Some pandemic-era edtech here to stay, says Bradley University professor

Some pandemic-era edtech here to stay, says Bradley University professor

The pandemic has been a disruptive force in education, driving colleges and universities to reimagine through the use of technology how they deliver classes and services and how they engage students. In an interview with EdScoop, Dean Cantu, a professor of teacher education at Bradley University in Illinois explained how the pandemic changed edtech and shared some advice for what he thinks institutions ought to be considering as they adopt new technologies.  

Read more here: https://edscoop.com/pandemic-edtech-dean-cantu/