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New Gen Z Graduates are Fluent in AI and Ready to Join the Workforce

They have been leveraging generative AI to discover what it can do

It is not a hallucination. The youngest generation entering the workforce may be the most prepared to champion and use generative artificial intelligence at work.

For months, many of these up-and-comers have been exploring the technology’s capabilities, sharpening their skills and learning how to best apply it to their tasks at hand. And while some are cautious about AI’s potential harms, many are more fascinated than they are worried about the technology.

"I'm really excited about AI and what it can do," said Naomi Davis, a May graduate of business administration from Georgia Institute of Technology, who uses AI to help her clearly express her ideas in writing. "I've used it every week [of my last semester], or at least played around with it."

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