The Global AI Index Report 2022 is a joint effort between Stanford University’s Human-Centered AI Institute and the Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI). It is the third edition of the report and aims to provide a comprehensive overview of AI development and adoption across the world. The report is based on data from over 130 experts and organizations across 50 countries. It covers a range of topics, including AI research, development, and deployment; AI applications; and the social and economic impact of AI. The report finds that AI is becoming more widespread and is having a profound impact on societies and economies. However, it also highlights a number of challenges that need to be addressed, such as the lack of diversity in the AI field, the need for better regulation, and the need for more public engagement with AI.
AI Hiring Index Report
The AI Hiring Index report 2022 will provide an overview of the AI job market, including:
- The most in–demand AI jobs
- The skills that are most in–demand for AI jobs
- The industries that are most in–demand for AI talent
- The geographical regions that are most in–demand for AI talent
- The salary ranges for AI jobs
Relative Hiring Index by Geographic Area 2021
The relative AI hiring index is a measure of how fast AI talent is being hired compared to the overall hiring rate. A higher relative AI hiring index indicates that AI talent is being hired at a faster rate than the overall hiring rate. Newzeland has hired most AI-skilled employees.
AI Job Postings
There is a great demand for AI jobs as per the AI Indexing report. The most popular AI jobs are in the field of data science, followed by software engineering and then product management. The number of AI job postings in the United States increased from 2020 to 2021, while the number of AI job postings in UK and Singapore decreased. Among these machine learning are the key skills (0.57%) which are in demand followed by artificial intelligence (0.33%), and neural network (0.15%). Autonomous driving has the least demand in skill set which is 0.06%. Among the subset of machine learning, NLP has seen the increase in demand from 2010-2021
What Hiring Agencies’ opinion on AI hiring in 2022
The Randstad Employer Brand Research is the world’s largest study into employer branding. In over 40 countries, employers are asked about their employer brand. The research is based on online surveys among employers and employees. The research shows that
- 46% of employers think that it will be difficult to hire the right talent in 2022.
- 36% of employers think that it will be very difficult to hire the right talent in 2022.
- 18% of employers think that it will be somewhat difficult to hire the right talent in 2022.