D1 Article in a trade journal
Muuttaako tekoäly osaamistarpeet? (2019)


Virolainen, M. (2019). Muuttaako tekoäly osaamistarpeet?. AMK-lehti / UAS Journal. https://uasjournal.fi/3-2019/osaamistarpeet/


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All authors or editors: Virolainen, Maarit

Journal or series: AMK-lehti / UAS Journal

eISSN: 1799-6848

Publication year: 2019

Number in series: 3/2019

Publisher: Ammattikorkeakoulujen rehtorineuvosto

Publication country: Finland

Publication language: Finnish

Persistent website address: https://uasjournal.fi/3-2019/osaamistarpeet/

Publication open access: Openly available

Publication channel open access: Open Access channel

Publication is parallel published (JYX): https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/66471


Abstract

Artificial intelligence will change the world of work and occupational profiles in the future. It will be combined with various forms of service production and industry. It may become vital even in unexpected jobs, like for a violin player of an orchestra through the co-operation with robots or utilization of software when looking for sheets related to specific tunes. In particular, the combinations of various new technologies may produce unexpected outcomes. The broad societal change is often referred to by the term Industry 4.0. It challenges educational institutions to anticipate competence demandsand provide adult education to help adaptation. In the field of technology, many studies have already been completed to explore future competencies. In the article, the identified competence demands are presented and discussed to inspire the curriculum development of the Finnish UAS.


Keywords: artificial intelligence; technology; intelligent systems; innovations; industry; services; service production; know-how; competence needs; competence development; education and training; anticipation; competitive strength; societal change; technological development

Free keywords: Industry 4.0


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Reporting Year: 2019


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