According to a recent survey, there is a requirement for nearly 4,000 machine learning and AI programmers in Bengaluru alone. Microsoft Research India's MD Sriram Rajamani tells Alnoor Peermohamed and Raghu Krishnan how India can reap the benefits of the changing industry.Source: Rediff
Unemployment is at its lowest since 2001, yet signs point to an increasing mismatch between workers' skills and the roles employers are seeking to fillSource: WSJ
Make in India, Digital India, Startup India and the Smart Cities project were all aimed at creating jobs for the country's youth, but the government has failed to deliver on that promise.Source: The Wire
SINGAPORE'S resident unemployment rates for most age and education groups were higher in the first quarter of this year compared to a year ago, according to figures released by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) on Tuesday.Source: Business Times
A recent report on artificial intelligence predicts the industry will be worth $14 billion by 2023, a huge increase from the $525 million it was worth in 2015. AI tech is already being implemented across a wide range of industries and services and is one of the fastest growing technologies in the world.Source: Futurism
Many of the existing jobs will evolve and 37% of the workforce will likely be deployed in roles requiring radically changed skill sets.Source: Scroll
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