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what type of job would have to do with trying to go into computers and coding for certain advanced ai or newer machines

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Darrell’s Answer

There are several jobs related to computers, coding, and advanced AI.

1. AI/Machine Learning Engineer: This job involves creating and programming artificial intelligence and machine learning systems. You would work with algorithms, neural networks, and other techniques in your work.

2. Data Scientist: This role involves analyzing and interpreting complex data to help companies make decisions. You might use machine learning techniques in this role, and coding is a critical skill for this job.

3. Robotics Engineer: This job involves designing, testing, and building robots. If you're interested in newer machines, this could be a great fit. These professionals often use advanced AI in their work.

4. AI Ethicist: This role involves studying and making recommendations on the ethical implementation of AI systems. This could involve coding and understanding the intricacies of advanced AI systems.

5. AI Research Scientist: This job would involve researching new ways of using AI and machine learning. It often involves a lot of theoretical understanding and coding, but might be less focused on applying AI in practical settings.

The beauty of AI is that it can be use almost anywhere. You just have to decided what you want to train the ai to do for you then you program it. You will also need to collect and clean any datasets you provide the ai so that it is not bias or contains inaccurate data. You can start by watching YouTube video were many people help you start building your own AI powered applications. Once you have tried it on your own you can look into going to college in that area that could help you.
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William’s Answer

That's really a loaded question.

I'll answer your question with more higher level questions. How do you know that you will enjoy coding? What happens if you start down this specific path, and you really don't like it, or don't have the aptitude for it?

My suggestion is to not necessarily declare what your path will be until you've had a fairly broad exposure to most/all of the options available. Your path may change. (I'd be open to other options if they presented themselves - that's how I got my first job many years ago.)

Writing/coding software is only one option (and probably the one that AI could easiest replace in my opinion). A big concern now is cyber-security... maybe you would like that better. Perhaps a database-centric job is more of your liking. Network administration isn't going anywhere either, which is another discipline. Some people gravitate to project management.
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Brittany’s Answer

The career path you would want to pursue is in computer programming or in engineering. The platforms you would want to learn would be Python, PLC, C++, SAP, Matlab, and ladder logic. Almost every factory in the United States uses a combination of these programs in everyday operations which would ensure security in your career.

Brittany recommends the following next steps:

Obtain certification in programming languages
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Lotan’s Answer

It can be a lot off options, it can be developer, QA,devops, mobile development and more, or can be something that include pure coding..

Lotan recommends the following next steps:

Try to search onofnekdin the exact techology yoy are DevOpsing on and you will see what roles can be worked on
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Brian’s Answer

There are some great answers to questions. Darrell is correct, there are a large number of paths to take that involve AI. Clearly exposure / expertise in multiple programming languages is key. Having said that, the universal language supporting any kind of computer science program will be mathematics. Having a solid foundation in the underlying math will open many doors.
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