College students learning to use artificial intelligence – WCNC.com

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Artificial intelligence is the ultimate buzzword right now and colleges and universities are catching wind of the growing trend.

Top business schools across the country are now teaching students to use artificial intelligence as their second brain.

Employers are looking for candidates who understand the technology.

The university of Maryland reports artificial intelligence-related job listings are up 42% in the last year.

Folks studying the industry say it’s becoming a foundational concept like reading or writing.

Now, schools including American University and the University of Pennsylvania are offering dozens of classes to bridge the gap.

It’s a powerful tool that could likely answer any question in a text book.

The thinking is, kids are already going to use the technology to help them out in school, so schools might as well teach them how to use it.

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