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Japan races to hire 270,000 artificial intelligence engineers, Nikkei Asia 



  • Already behind other countries in nurturing the IT professionals indispensable to a digital transformation, Japan in 2030 is expected to have 270,000 artificial intelligence and Internet of Things jobs that it will be unable to fill.  
  • Conventional IT workers, those who develop websites and apps, in 2018 accounted for 90% of all IT workers in Japan. Cutting-edge IT workers, those who specialize in artificial intelligence and the smart devices that connect to what is known as the Internet of Things, made up 10%, according to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
  • In the world digital competitive ranking, put together based on analyses by the International Institute for Management Development, a business school in Switzerland, Japan's overall ranking dropped to No. 27 in 2020 from No. 20 in 2013. A low assessment of digital workers was to blame.
  • Japan Inc. is not standing still. Universities and companies are taking countermeasures and hope to be able to provide sufficient quantities of quality IT engineers, and to improve Japan's competitiveness.


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            Japan races to hire 270,000 artificial intelligence engineersKosuke Toshi, Nikkei staff writer, September 30, 2021, Nikkei Asia



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            People capable of solving AI and IoT problems will be needed, Nikkei Asia 



            • The commoditization of technology will enable anyone to develop websites and apps, as forecast by U.S. research firm Gartner, which says more than 70% of apps developed for business use will be no-code and low-code platforms requiring no programming. Instead, people capable of solving AI and IoT problems will be needed, said professor Ken Sakamura of Toyo University. 



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            The kind of talent sought by the corporate sector, Nikkei Asia



            • When Nikkei analyzed data from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, in cooperation with staffing company Human Resocia, we found 29,000 Japan graduates who had majored in natural science, mathematics and statistics in 2018. That same year, the U.S. had 10 times as many.
            • In Japan, the average annual growth rate of graduates in those fields from 2014 to 2018 was actually a 0.4% decrease. This compares to an average 10% annual growth rate in France and 7% in Italy.
            • Shiga professor Kaoru Kawamoto stresses the importance of changing the content of education to meet social needs rather than merely beefing up STEM programs.
            • The U.S. has advisory organizations that feed universities information on the kind of talent sought by the corporate sector, demonstrating how industrial-academic cooperation can work.


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