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A new career is emerging Prompt Engineering, the art (not science) of crafting effective instructions for AI models
“In ten years, half of the world's jobs will be in prompt engineering,” declared Robin Li, cofounder and CEO of Chinese AI giant, Baidu. “And those who cannot write prompts will be obsolete.”
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Q. What do prompt engineers do?
A. They provide people and businesses with accurate, specific prompts to get the answers they need from AI tools. According to The Atlantic, it’s the “most important job skill of this century”
A new career is emerging with the spread of generative AI applications like ChatGPT: prompt engineering, the art (not science) of crafting effective instructions for AI models.
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