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Digital skills are not new to the workplace environment. If you work in an office (or anywhere for that matter) you’ll need some tech savvy to be effective. But what do HR managers see as the next skills needed in an Artificial Intelligence (AI) world?

A new research report called Skills for Success in the AI-Driven Future by TalentMLS, shows that overall, 64% of HR managers agree that AI is changing key in-demand skills for workers. Essentially, the research looks at four skill areas, which include: digital skills, self-management skills, interpersonal skills and cognitive skills.

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