Our college faculty recently held a training session, during which one member shared a striking view of how emerging artificial intelligence will impact our current undergraduates.
“Once they enter the workforce, they’ll never need to do anything ordinary,” said Associate Professor Chris Yust. “Our students will never do anything ordinary again.”
AI is–rightfully–drawing a lot of attention in higher ed. And as the workplace becomes increasingly automated, our leadership team at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School has come to understand that Mays students had better be imbued with more than rote knowledge and technical business skills.