How the Implementation of AI Talent feeds Organisations Skill Gap
There is an international shortage of artificial intelligence talent and labour markets across the world cannot keep up with the demand for developers. There is also a shortage of mathematicians and scientists who can develop new and innovative artificial intelligence (AI) technology.

A study by Microsoft and IDC reveals that the shortage of workers with artificial intelligence skills has prevented companies that want to embrace AI from being capable of doing so. Enterprises must discover creative ways to supplement the talent they require to initiate AI projects across industries until highly skilled AI developers enter the workforce. Those projects could involve voice, image, or pattern recognition allowing autonomous movement or simulating realistic conversations. Such innovations can strengthen a new generation of healthcare tools and smart home devices.

Companies across all industries have been struggling to secure top AI talent from a pool that is not expanding fast enough. Even during the economic disruption and layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the demand for AI talent has been robust. Leaders are looking to minimise costs through automation and efficiency. In such a scenario, companies need not solely be looking for fresh graduates. Instead, they need to actively start investing in training current employees and recruiting people with AI-adjacent skills.

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Implementing Artificial Intelligence Talent to Fill in Companies Skill Gap
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