The United States school system ranks low among developed nations: #39 in math, #24 in science, and #24 in reading. How will the United States compete globally for the jobs of the future?
Bryan Talebi CEO & Co-Founder Ahura AI the company at the forefront of educational tools that prepare generations for the jobs of the future
This global survey with over 3,000 managers and 30 in-depth interviews reveals that 85% of executives believe artificial intelligence will enable their companies to obtain or sustain a competitive advantage. Unfortunately, less than 39% have an artificial intelligence strategy in place and only one in twenty have extensively incorporated the technology.
Bryan Talebi, CEO of Ahura AI, recently attended an investor summit on Necker Island, owned by Sir Richard Branson.
According to McKinsey's research deep learning techniques such as feed forward neural networks, recurrent neural networks, and convolutional neural networks account for about 40% of the annual value potentially created by all analytics techniques. They estimate that these specific pieces of technology alone can create between $3.5 trillion and $5.8 trillion in value annually.
This PwC study predicts that as much as 38% of jobs in the United States will lost to automation by the 2030s. In order for American workers to mitigate the coming disruption, they must receive more higher education and improve their performance scores.
Deloitte estimates that 50% of today's jobs worldwide will be serviced by artificial intelligence in 2050. Those jobs eliminated are more likely to be low-skilled labor and even white collar professions (i.e. accounting, law, financial advisors)
In this study, students being lectured are 1.5x more likely to fail than students in classes with more stimulating, active learning methods. Conventional classrooms, however, continue to be driven by the lecture method because one-to-one instruction has been too expensive. Instructors do not have the time or resources to personalize every lesson or drill deep into topics where each student is struggling.