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Is it worth pursuing a career in artificial intelligence, given the current trends and news on topic?

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closed as off-topic by nbro, DuttaA, DukeZhou Jun 17 at 21:01

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Artificial intelligence is reshaping almost all industries. Artificial Intelligence has become the current talk of the town. We are not realizing a fact that we have already become dependent on artificial intelligence, from making online orders to self-driving cars, AI has already entered our lives.

Companies are depending on AI for their future projects makes a huge surge in demand for AI talent and created plethora of opportunities across industries.

This makes evident that AI is here to stay for long time. This makes AI career is very promising but companies are still struggling to find the right talent as a result a huge competition has created between top companies to recruit the limited talent pool and they are willing to pay huge paychecks to seize the AI talent.

Due to this limited talent organization are investing in their current employs to upskill according to their demand with AI Skills. 80 % of organizations are already started investing in AI. Top companies like Huawei are committed to ‘huge investment’ in top AI professionals.

As, AI has been called “the next Industrial Revolution" this makes the ideal time for young people to build a career in this realm.

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  • $\begingroup$ We have not become (yet) dependent on self-driving cars and this will likely never occur, in the same way that we learn to ride a bicycle even though we do not need to ride it every day. So, you should rephrase your sentence "We are not realizing a fact that we have already become dependent on artificial intelligence, from making online orders to self-driving car". $\endgroup$ – nbro Jun 28 at 14:43

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