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The good news for software engineering students is that the job prospects have never been better.

Today, every company is a software company, no matter the industry or what it sells, so demand for your skills remain high.But in addition to keeping up-to-date with an always changing technology industry, therersquo;s a new type of intelligence that todayrsquo;s students need to succeedmdash;the artificial type.Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, chatbots.

These are not only some of the hot new areas of software development, but theyrsquo;re also the future of the industry. Now that we can train software to perform tasks that previously required human intelligencemdash;like recognizing patterns, speech and imagesmdash;companies can predict outcomes, provide better customer service, or gain greater insights.

The value of AI canrsquo;t be overstated and itrsquo;s being used everywhere, from providing personalized customer advice to banking customers and predicting potential product defects, to increasing airport safety and identifying potential cancer treatments.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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