Prepare graduates for AI-led future

I READ in one of the World Economic Forum’s “Future of Jobs Report” that technology will displace an estimated 85 million jobs. “However, it will also create 97 million new jobs in AI-enabled sectors across 26 countries by 2025,” said the report.

We must find out what these new jobs are, and how we can make Malaysia’s universities and advanced TVET (technical and vocational education and training) and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programmes produce the competitive, cutting-edge workforce the future will demand.

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