A recent study found that 81% of business students at major international universities believe that artificial intelligence will significantly affect their career prospects over the next 10 years, followed by Shin Block and Robotics by up to 59%.
The study by KPMG International, a specialist in auditing, taxation and consulting, found that 50 percent of business students in 22 countries around the world believe artificial intelligence technologies will increase the level of responsibility of new graduates, One hundred percent of students believe that such technologies will contribute to increased employment, provided they learn new skills in order to continue to engage in the future job market.
Despite fears that artificial intelligence, blockbuster technology and robotics can reduce or eliminate future employment opportunities, 22 students are highly optimistic that such technologies will enhance their practical lives and future experiences. Half of those surveyed expect to have an impact Important and positive for their careers, and to change the work they do radically without causing any negative effects.
The study included about 88 distinguished students at the world’s largest universities, ahead of the kickoff of the KPMG World Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which will begin on the 9th of this month for four days. The outstanding students from major international universities will meet to develop Innovative and real business solutions.
According to the results of the study, international university students are very confident that the new technologies will open up a wide potential for their careers, with 35% expecting them to be able to do more value-adding and more influential, and 21% To focus more attention on creative work, while 20 percent of the ability of artificial intelligence techniques, Shen Block and robots confirmed that they were able to constantly develop their skills and abilities.
As for the skills required to deal with the new technologies in the future, students of business administration students stressed that there is a set of skills and basic values that are not related to these techniques and are necessary in the work environment. Difficult problem solving skills ranked first with 61%, followed by learning ability 49 percent, and 39 percent for innovation, while the values of responsibility and integrity were the most future workplace requirements according to KPMG study results.
Abdullah Al-Fawzan, Chairman of KPMG Middle East and South Asia and KPMG Saudi Arabia, said that business students at major universities around the world are well aware of the tremendous opportunities new technologies can offer for their career prospects, Special artificial intelligence techniques, Shen block and robots, there is also a set of basic skills that will provide the foundations for their careers, regardless of the impact of such techniques.
Al-Fozan ruled out that such techniques would have negative effects on the future of graduates or employees alike. At the same time, he said that university students should acquire new skills and be prepared for change, especially as automation is expected to dominate a lot. “The impact of new technologies will vary from industry to industry, and over the next five years we will see a rapid pace of need for staff to develop new skills,” he said.