On Monday, edtech firm upGrad unveiled courses that would be included in some curricula and teach the basics of the popular chatbot ChatGPT.
This will take the form of live seminars that will explore the architecture and features of ChatGPT while delving into the specifics of the model. Additionally, the company said in a statement that it seeks to give professionals the skills they need to effectively use its ChatGPT platform.
The firm also said that as part of the GPT integration process, it would introduce an AI-powered chatbot that will engage with learners of all skill levels to identify their skill requirements and, in response, provide recommendations and customised performance feedback.
"Understanding AI-powered tools have become critical to career growth. It’s important to first educate our learners about the complexities of the tool which also comes with opportunities, and if understood well, can support the global workforce in delivering exponential business solutions. We are committed towards workforce development and hence, a strong AI-enabled portfolio and experiential learning shall train our learners to tackle any business problems even on day 1 at their jobs,” said Mayank Kumar, Co-founder & MD, upGrad.
The adoption of AI is accelerating across all fields and industries. According to a recent research, India has 45,000 unfilled positions in artificial intelligence (AI), with starting pay for new hires ranging from 10 to 14 lakhs per year. This study is being released at a time when AI products are aggressively expanding globally. Public use already includes services like ChatGPT, Dall-E, Bing AI, and Midjourney. The new research illustrates the various industries where AI experts are in demand.
According to this data from TeamLease Digital, there are 45,000 opportunities in AI for a variety of positions in industries like healthcare, education, banking, manufacturing, and retail. The research also emphasises the significance of investing in and upgrading one's AI skills as the field continues to develop.