Do they want new talent?
Checking out jobs generally, IT companies don't really want new talent. They all want people with 3-5 years of experience, they don't want someone they have to train.
New talent? Going green? It all sounds good, but it's nothing like my experience, and sounds more like science fanboyism, if I may be so bold. Basically:
o Computers can get slightly better at replacing human jobs.
o Software writers do their best to up the number of CPU cycles needed to complete a certain real-world task, just ahead of the curve of Moore's Law.
o Computers will not make life better, really. Hal Draper's "Ms Fnd in a Lbry" view gets ever closer: "Although hardly anybody knew anything any longer, everybody now knew how to find out everything!"