Research has shown that Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology can increase gross domestic product by up to 26 per cent in the next decade.
In Malaysia, advanced AI knowledge and skills are still considered black swan competencies. Malaysia faces a lack of talent in these skills sets.
That’s why, few National Occupational Skills Standards (NOSS) listed AI competencies.
However, AI is growing rapidly. It is expected that the children entering primary schools today might end up working in jobs that do not yet exist.
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