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Will Artificial Intelligence Change Talent Identification?

In a recent survey about the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) into daily life, intriguing insights emerged.

While 35% indicated frequent use akin to platforms like Google, 58% reported utilizing AI 1-2 times a week. Surprisingly, 8% acknowledged not having encountered AI yet. Nevertheless, the inevitable reality appears to be the substantial growth and commercial value of AI.

Here are some compelling figures:

  • In 2020, AI services generated approximately $19.4 billion in revenue, with projections expecting this annual income to skyrocket to $126 billion by 2025.

  • It's anticipated that by 2025, around 97 million individuals will be employed in the field of AI.

  • The AI market is expected to grow by at least 120% year over year.

  • A staggering 83% of companies claim that AI is a top priority in their business plans.

  • Netflix, leveraging automated personalized recommendations, rakes in $1 billion in revenue annually.

  • Nearly half (48%) of businesses utilize AI for effective big data management.

  • 9 out of 10 organizations are incorporating AI to gain a competitive edge against their rivals.

Looking at human resources, I believe those who strategically employ AI for intelligent solutions and view it as a meaningful aspect of business development will be regarded as high-skilled or talented. In the coming years, we might find ourselves redefining the concept of talent. What are your thoughts on this matter?


TalenTailors Team

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