AI Revolution: Job Market Thrives with GenAI Opportunities

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In the wake of a profound digital transformation, businesses are strategically navigating the evolving landscape of generative artificial intelligence (genAI), propelling them into a new era of adaptability and innovation. The surge in genAI-related job postings, as reported by GlobalData’s Job Analytics Database, reflects a growing commitment among companies to stay relevant and competitive in this dynamic environment.

Sherla Sriprada, Business Fundamentals Analyst at GlobalData, notes the remarkable advancements in AI, particularly in genAI chatbots. OpenAI’s ChatGPT, a standout in 2022, has inspired a wave of AI tools, including Google’s Bard and Meta’s Lama, making their debut in 2023.

GlobalData’s latest report, “Global Hiring Activity Trends & Signals – Q3 2023,” identifies Inc, International Business Machines Corp, Robert Bosch GmbH, Siemens AG, Ernst & Young Global Ltd, and GSK plc as notable recruiters for genAI roles during the third quarter of 2023.

Major companies are actively seeking talent for diverse genAI roles. Inc’s Generative AI Innovation Center, a strategic team dedicated to implementing genAI solutions, is hiring a “Senior Data Scientist” focused on researching new algorithms and optimizing risk, profitability, and customer experience.

International Business Machines Corp introduces the Watson Code Assistant, democratizing AI-generated code recommendations for wider accessibility. Robert Bosch GmbH seeks a “Product Manager / Product Owner Generative AI” to shape new AI products and drive innovation throughout their lifecycle.

Siemens AG is on the lookout for a “Data Scientist (ML & AI)” who will leverage generative models to create synthetic data using machine learning algorithms. Ernst & Young Global Ltd’s “Digital Technology Policy Director” role encompasses responsibilities related to AI/genAI, cybersecurity, privacy, and data localization.

GSK plc’s “Business Partner Director” role focuses on delivering the company’s digital/omnichannel strategy, including the use of genAI, for the Anti-Infective and Respiratory Business Unit in the US.

As businesses continue to harness the power of genAI, the job market reflects a robust demand for professionals capable of driving innovation and transformation in this groundbreaking field.

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