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Data Trends & Predictions 2023

In 2022, we saw significant developments in the field of data. From the emergence of AI-generated content to the growth of low-code data tools and AI assistants—these advancements signal an upcoming paradigm shift, where data-powered tools and machine learning systems will radically transform workflows across various professions.

2022 also saw digital transformation remain a major theme for organizations across industries as they sought to embrace new ways of working, reaching customers, and providing value. As 2023’s looming economic uncertainty puts pressure on organizations to maximize ROI from their investments, digital and data transformation will continue to be one of the key levers by which organizations can cut costs and scale value for their stakeholders.

More broadly, the upcoming year is shaping up to be an inflection point for data and machine learning technologies, one where the impact will be felt across organizations, individuals, and society as a whole. Now more than ever, the skills agenda will be on full display. As such, in 2023, skills transformation will be the common thread that enables organizations and individuals to lead in this paradigm shift.

Here are the top 10 trends in data, data skills, and machine learning for 2023.

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