More than 60 percent of business leaders expect an increase in the number of roles requiring collaboration with AI by 2021, yet only three percent are planning significant investment in training programs. Here’s a look, and a few concrete steps, at how employers can ready the roadmap for reskilling current talent for the workforce of the future.
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