Google Announces 9 Free AI-Related Courses and Quests on Cloud Skill Boost Platform
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What’s new today: 4,000 jobs were lost to AI technology in May.
Fast Track Insights: Cryptocurrency stocks fall as the cryptocurrency sector is rocked by the Binance SEC scandal.
Good news for those looking to hone their expertise in artificial intelligence or add new talent in the field. Google has announced nine free AI-focused courses and quests on its Cloud Skillboost platform. These courses include cutting-edge AI techniques such as generative AI, large language models, and image creation. These courses are now available free of charge to anyone in the world. The virtual badge that appears on your Google Cloud Skill Boost profile is offered upon completion of most of these one-day courses on Google.
Artificial intelligence (AI) was the cause of more than 4,000 job losses in May this year, according to a monthly survey released by international HR firm Challenger Gray & Christmas. About 4.9% of total job losses recorded in the same month corresponded to this figure. All industries are suffering from job losses. IBM CEO Arvind Krishna said in a recent interview that in his organization he will gradually replace 6,800 employees with AI. According to CBS News, two copywriters lost their jobs as companies turned to AI as a more affordable option, while media outlet CNET used his AI for content creation. It is said that the reporter was fired.
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Shares of the cryptocurrency market and companies involved in blockchain and cryptocurrencies fell after a US securities regulator filed a lawsuit against cryptocurrency exchange Binance on Monday. Binance and its CEO Changpeng Chao have been sued by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for secretly controlling Binance. A “web of deception” was allegedly used to circumvent US law. Despite its independence, Binance maintained control over the bank accounts of its U.S. branch, according to Reuters.