Nvidia CEO Issues Alert About IT Jobs: AI Will Lead to Coding Without Java or C

By Consultants Review Team Monday, 26 February 2024

Many were astounded by ChatGPT's capabilities when OpenAI announced it in November 2022. People used the AI chatbot for a variety of tasks, such as asking it to create code and make music or poetry or to debug and compose code. With ChatGPT, generative AI gained unprecedented traction, and soon after, Microsoft and Google both debuted their own chatbots, Bing and Bard (now Gemini).

AI has been heralded by many as the future. Notable people in the IT industry, including Sam Altman, Satya Nadella, Bill Gates, and Sundar Pichai, have already spoken about the possible effects of AI on labor markets, highlighting its importance. While some IT professionals think AI will result in job losses in the IT industry, others think it will open up additional chances.

CEO of Nvidia Jensen Huang agrees that AI will have an influence on the labor market and argues that anyone can become a programmer with this new technology, so children don't need to learn how to code.

The Nvidia CEO may be seen speaking at an event in a video that has gone viral. He claims that a decade or so ago, the consensus was that everyone should learn how to code.

Now, however, things are entirely different because of artificial intelligence; everyone is a coder. He also said that children don't need to learn how to program and that it is our responsibility to develop technology that would enable human language to be used in programming. Put another way, computers should be able to understand human speech, negating the necessity for coding languages like C++ or Java.

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