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The Starting Point for an AI-Ready Workforce

Organizations today are working to assemble teams that can make bespoke pieces of AI, leverage them towards specific outcomes, and endlessly tune system components to arrive at assured AI systems, able to be deployed in a variety of different environments. 

To develop such systems, organizations and leaders will have to take action to develop a workforce that has the necessary skillsets, mindsets, and an array of experiences. 

Unfortunately, there is no perfected recipe and we at the SEI are trying to navigate the growth of our workforce to support our AI engineering portfolio.  

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