Artificial intelligence will create more jobs than it eliminates by 2020, according to the latest predictions from Gartner, which predicts that one in five workers engaged in mostly non-routine tasks will rely on AI to do a job by 2022.
Victoria’s Swinburne University of Technology has inked a Memorandum of Understanding with global IT services company DXC Technology to establish the first “neurodiversity” hub for students in Australia – and to increase the number of roles available to Swinburne students in the IT professions.
Artificial Intelligence is becoming one of the key drivers in changing the face of the workplace by 2025, and many of today’s working practices, productivity tools and physical environments will become obsolete over the next eight years, according to new research commissioned by Fujitsu.
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