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Why AI and machine learning will increase software developer jobs

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Video: Why AI and machine learning will increase software developer jobs, not kill them

The rise of artificial intelligence has left many concerned about job security. According to Atlassian CTO Sri Viswanath, though, the rise of machine learning will lead to more developer jobs, not fewer.

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