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Japan to work with ASEAN to train 100,000 digital professionals

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Japan aims to work with ASEAN to train 100,000 highly skilled digital professionals in the fields of artificial intelligence and semiconductors over the next five years, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said Thursday.

Meanwhile the CEO of NVIDIA is talking about AI making coding education tangential.

https://www.indiatoday.in/technology/features/story/nvidia-ceo-says-dont-learn-coding-because-ai-tech-giant-exec-says-jobs-will-be-hit-story-in-5-points-2509126-2024-03-01

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And what do they do?

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And what do they do?

To show them, that Japan is the top leading in digital world.

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Not much to learn from the Japanese......

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Meanwhile back in Japan...hankos and faxes.

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digital professionals

You mean fax machine experts?

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Cheap labor in other words…

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