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skillnoun

  • ja腕前、技量、スキル
  • ena particular ability, that is usually learned, and done competently or especially well

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Studies confirm technologies like AI will eliminate some jobs
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and create demand for new skills that many workers don’t have.
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Who was Cornell's 8th president?
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Dale Raymond Corson.
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I'm sorry, that's incorrect.
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Cornell's 7th president was, in fact, James A. Perkins.
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Comprehension skills: subpar.
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Hmm, interviewing skills: subpar.
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Nate, I'm very concerned about our safety.
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It's gonna be fine.
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I'm a dad with a particular set of skills.
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Let's ride, hyah!
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What skills does he have?
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Come on, get some.
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Do you have any special skills?
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Oh, yes, I do. I do voices.
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What do you mean you "do voices?"
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Well, I do voices.
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Yes! We've come to this planet looking for intelligent life.
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At the end of the day, a company can teach you the technical skills.
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it's your people skills and emotional intelligence that they value more.
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Your arrest record is 400% higher than any other officer.
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Which is why it's high time that such skills were put to better use.
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We're making you Sergeant.
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I see.
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Do you wanna show your favorite skill?
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Let's do your split first, okay.
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Can you do your special split?
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Okay.
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I think
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your computer skills and your math
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skills will improve because you'll be
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using them for things that you enjoy
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doing
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So the idea is that you'd be able to mold a piece of digital clay in your computer
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in the same way that you mold clay on your desk
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without necessarily having any technical skills.
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The World Economic Forum has predicted that by 2022,
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over half of employees will need to upgrade or learn new skills to do their jobs.
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And that was before the pandemic.
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The most important skills I had to learn to be successful
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were people skills.