On September 16, 300 new programming graduates in Hanoi received their diplomas and had the opportunity to hear speakers and experts share “secrets” to equip them with the knowledge and job skills needed for employment. established in a technology exchange program “Watch with the experts: Manipulating AI – Mastering the future”.
The explosion of AI, especially ChatGPT, has created a series of new challenges for industries. Even programming, a job that no one thinks can be replaced, is at risk.
At the event, Gen Z people can “wait with the experts” and listen to the experts to “ignite” their passion for the information technology industry so as not to be replaced by AI.
Mr. Nguyen Huy Dung, Production Director of Gameloft Vietnam, shared, 10 years ago we thought that AI could replace not only simple jobs, but also intellectual jobs such as graphics, creativity, photography. The images or programming can almost never be replaced.
“But with new developments, those jobs are more at risk. And as long as there are better AI users in the world, there’s no need to talk about whether AI can get better.” – Dang Saheb said.
He gave an example: earlier 10 programmers were needed, but now only 5 are needed. If the people are good, then 2 people are also needed. So where should the remaining 8 people go? They may be demoted to a more boring position, given less pay, or replaced in 3-4 years. “This is a real threat,” Mr Dung stressed.
While giving advice to Gen Z people, this expert mentioned the secret of “being on the side of AI” and leveraging AI for growth. There are many ways to take advantage of AI right now, including developing AI products to target groups of people who are more likely to survive and succeed at work.
Also, youth need to equip themselves with English and soft skills, explore and test more new technologies and fields, so that they can take advantage of AI to share and contribute to society.
Also present at the event was Hoang Hoa Trung, a distinguished young Vietnamese face. He inspires youth about the role and mission of programmers in using technology to change lives and help the community.
He gave “three doors” that need to be overcome. First, walk through your own door, know what you want, know what you need, know what your goals are. The next two doors are family, community and society. Along with maintaining the “ego”, creativity has to be developed every day.
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