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Google promised $1 billion to train American workers in high-tech jobs

via:博客园     time:2017/10/13 14:52:42     readed:153


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At present, the nature of many types of work in the world is undergoing tremendous changes. Of course, this is not the first time the technology has changed. But the development of automation, robotics, artificial intelligence and other fields may be able to replace many traditional jobs at an unprecedented speed. And Google, a technology giant, is one of the drivers behind this transformation.

Google has repeatedly expressed, hoping to reduce the development of science and technology to bring some negative effects, and now Google has promised to invest $ 1 billion to help the affected people. Google CEO Sandler & Middot; Petayi said in Pittsburgh that over the next five years, Google plans to donate $ 1 billion to nonprofit organizations to help US workers train and master new technology skills.

In the past few decades, anyone who is concerned about the economic development of Pittsburgh is deeply touched by this change. For a long time, the steel city has become the best representative from the economic collapse to the rebound. In the process of the rise of Pittsburgh, science and technology is the main driving force, and the main credit belongs to Carnegie Mellon University, under the leadership of this famous institutions, Pittsburgh has been from the original depression & ldquo; "one of today's leading technology centers in the United States. Now, many companies are in Pittsburgh for robotics and unmanned and other cutting-edge technology research and development innovation.

In his speech, Pichai mentioned that the city had a special meaning for himself. "This is the first city I saw after I came to America in twenty-four years ago. I was here before the Internet industry really broke out, and now the city has changed dramatically, the number of high-tech jobs doubled. & rdquo;

As part of the program, Google promised to invest $ 10 million in Goodwill. Goodwill is Google.org's largest organization, which will be used to help launch the Digital Professional Accelerator program to help more people prepare for high-tech jobs. The project will also take the form of tourism in libraries and community organizations, bringing training and career advice directly to different cities and towns. The organization's goal is to provide more than one million hours of volunteer service over the next five years.

"In Google, our mission is to let the information serve everyone, not just a few people. "said Pichai. In any school in Pittsburgh, students can get the same information as Professor Carnegie Mellon University. The Internet is a powerful propeller, can promote the progress of ideas. & rdquo;

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