The organization, referring to a study by the Artificial Intelligence Skills Alliance (ARISA), emphasized that artificial intelligence is not only for software developers, but employees and managers alike need to be trained in this field. Feedback from companies shows that there is a demand for professionals who can see the business potential of AI, and that
an increasing number of engineers specializing in machine vision and natural language recognition will be needed in the short term.
Data collection is also a key area, without which decision-support algorithms cannot work effectively, they wrote.
Over 400 companies in Hungary took part in the survey, assessing the needs of employees and business decision-makers. Based on the feedback, IVSZ, as a participant in ARISA, believes that
the development of skills related to artificial intelligence is not only an urgent task, but also a great opportunity for the Hungarian economy.
In the age of artificial intelligence, it is a competitiveness issue for companies to use advanced technology at a skill level and to create new developments with the help of it, they added.
ARISA’s AI Skills Needs Analysis study is available on the IVSZ website. According to the communication, an EU-wide strategy on AI skills will be developed based on the feedback, and training will be developed and published to support the development of skills for workers on a broad scale.