AXIOS February 9, 2024
Melissa Santos

About one-third of American professionals worry that artificial intelligence will make some jobs obsolete, and nearly half fear they could be “left behind” in their careers if they don’t keep up, according to a recent Washington State University survey.

Why it matters: The results show a need for universities and companies to provide more training on the uses of generative AI programs like ChatGPT, Debbie Compeau, interim dean of WSU’s Carson College of Business, told Axios.

What they’re saying: “There’s a lot of worry about, ‘Do I have the skills to do this?'” Compeau said.

  • “What this means for us as a college of business is we need to be out there very clearly preparing our students for using...

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