If ChatGPT’s core technology is alienating software engineers, no country does it harder than India, which has more than 5 million programmers.
The vision, though distant, is still one who likes Palash Hade at night. Newly qualified engineers from central India believe there is a shortage of software projects in the nation of 1.4 billion people.
Hud is pursuing an online degree in data science and analytics from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras. Hopefully this will help them stand out as the line grows.
Not long ago, outsourcing companies in India were so hungry for talent that they didn’t think much of a technical background in chemistry or mining. It is common practice to train employees through internal programming exercises. Young talent remains valuable in the industry building software systems for global clients including Wall Street banks, Silicon Valley tech giants as well as airlines and retailers. largest retailer in the world.
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd., the largest outsourcing company in India (and Asia). The company’s CEO N. Ganapathy Subramaniam reported on Bloomberg Television last week that 46,000 offers had closed at the end of the year. Today, innovative AI and ChatGPT start and dominate every customer conversation, he said.
Tech CEO Mahindra CP Gurnani, who has four years of experience in the IT services industry, says changes will happen quickly thanks to advanced artificial intelligence. During a guest lecture at IIT Hyderabad last week, he noticed that the students were nervous. Message them: Be prepared.
For Gurnani, the question is not whether AI will take over existing jobs, but how quickly new technologies will replace old roles and create new jobs and opportunities.
Another cautionary tale prof. Y Narahari teaches this program at the Indian Institute of Science, the country’s top technical college. According to the researcher, the students don’t worry about the AI event, because they can develop a system that competes with OpenAI’s GPT model or get hired by OpenAI itself to improve their skills.
But tens of thousands of other engineers who don’t earn degrees from those elite schools should worry. A decline in daily coding jobs is coming.
Shraddha Kulkarni, a 21-year-old engineering student from Bangalore, is an active ChatGPT user. The students say that coding would stop without AI. He estimates that many entry-level programming jobs could disappear within five years.
In this year’s campus recruitment campaign, Kulkarni was selected by an unnamed global technology company. Next year’s lessons are a different matter, he said.
Fear has also spread to Reddit and Quora topics, with developers regretting having spent hundreds of hours poring over noisy documentation and obscure blogs honing their skills. The arrival of AI-driven usurpers is now clear to him.
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