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In Journal of environmental and public health

The quality of talent has increased across all fields due to the constant growth of different industries and the growing job saturation. Real-time job information on recruitment platforms can, therefore, accurately reflect the demand for talent from businesses, serving as a basis for the creation of training policies in schools. In international competition, the development of talents, especially top-level talents, will become more and more crucial. Growing in importance is China's economy and social development. The evaluation of higher vocational and technical talents, however, should also be assessed from a variety of angles, given the diversification of talent training objectives and teaching methods, as well as the expansion of teaching functions. An emerging machine learning technology called deep learning (DL) has been developed to bring machine learning closer to the goals of artificial intelligence. This essay offers a thorough evaluation of the depth of deep learning as it relates to the development of innovative talent in schools. The entire school must be strengthened. It is demonstrated that the average execution time is slashed by 0.0024 s, and the learning sample size error of the DL model is reduced by 0.05276 when compared to the Apriori method. As a result, implementing and researching the DL model can significantly improve both the overall teaching quality of schools and their capacity for innovation.

Zhu Wei, Qin Jin