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Bay Area Tech Economics Seminar: The Impact of Generative AI on Jobs and Skills

Event Details:

Thursday, March 28, 2024
6:30pm - 9:00pm PDT

Location

University of San Francisco, 2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

This event is open to:

Alumni/Friends
Faculty/Staff
General Public
Students

Speaker: Karin Kimbrough, Chief Economist at LinkedIn

Presentation title: The Impact of Generative AI on Jobs and Skills

Abstract: Generative AI (GAI) is beginning to shape the world of work. Our data of 1 billion members worldwide allows us to track this transformative journey of enthusiasm for these technologies, through the adoption GAI skills by professionals and a 70% increase in demand by companies for specific GAI skills. With skills at the forefront, we examine our data of 1 billion members for where progress is being made and where challenges are still evident.

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This talk is co-sponsored by USF's Master's in Applied Economics and the Stanford Causal Science Center. For additional information and abstracts from past talks, please click here

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