Microsoft plans to train 15,000 people in artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, cloud and data engineering as part of a movement to close the tech skills gap.
The tech giant is looking ahead to 2022 when as many as 133 million new jobs will have been created from new technologies. The problem is finding enough people to fill those roles.
Coming up on Tech Tuesday, we’ll hear about an apprenticeship program at the Columbus branch of Accenture, a professional-service company and consulting firm.
That’s today on All Sides with Ann Fisher.
- Kate Conger, technology reporter, The New York Times
- Pallavi Verma, senior managing director, US - Midwest for Accenture
- Daniel Bader, Managing Editor, Andriod Central