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The jury is still out on the ultimate impact of artificial intelligence on the global workforce. But for now at least, companies appear to be eager to hire employees with AI expertise wherever they can be found.

“Our data shows a steady increase in AI, data science and software development roles over the past two years, as companies throughout the world aim to contribute to this emerging technology,” said Samuel Dahan, chief policy officer for Deel. “Hiring has paved the way for AI to become a truly global role, with companies in the United States leading in AI hiring and talent coming from countries like India, Brazil, Canada and Argentina.”

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