IBM recently released a research report pointed out that, due to the popularity of generative AI, the global estimate of 1.4 billion of the workforce (accounting for about 40%) in the next three years, must learn and master new related skills.
IBM in the research report that the rise of generative AI will not trigger a wave of unemployment, but will give rise to a large number of new jobs.
IBM in the study analyzed in detail the impact of generative AI on a variety of business models, revealing how enterprises in the operation of the use of artificial intelligence, as well as how artificial intelligence can play a significant change in the potential of the role of work.
The IBM study builds on previous surveys covering 3,000 C-level executives and 21,000 employees in 22 countries and territories around the world and highlights the significant shifts that AI will trigger in the enterprise and the workforce.
Executives surveyed said they believe 40% of their workforce will need to learn and master relevant new skills in the next three years due to the rise of generative AI; 87% of leaders believe AI will not replace jobs, but rather expand them.
The study also said that employees who learn and master AI-related skills will see an average wage increase of about 15%, and that companies that emphasize AI report revenue growth rates that are 36% higher than their peers.
IBM research reports PDF link, interested users can click in-depth reading.