International Conference on AI in Work, Innovation, Productivity and Skills

Training for AI adoption in enterprises

Feb 22, 2022 | 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM


The ability of individuals to develop, understand and be able to work with AI is key for the successful adoption of AI in enterprises. But what skills are needed and by whom? And what forms of training are best suited to roll-out and adapt AI solutions in workplaces? This session will bring together policy-makers, academics and industry representatives to discuss the skill needs for the successful adoption of AI in economies; the success factors and challenges of training managers and employees for the adoption of AI; and what policy can do to support enterprises and individuals to gain the relevant skills. Moderator: Emma Nelson, journalist Panellists: • Mary Lyons, Director of Enterprises, Employees and Skills, SOLAS Ireland • Matthew Forshaw, Senior Advisor for Skills to the Alan Turing Institute; Senior Lecturer in Data Science, Newcastle University • Arti Garg, AI Chief Strategist and Head of Advanced Solutions & Technologies, Hewlett Packard Enterprise • Enrique David Espinosa, Team Lead, Innovation Laboratory, Toyota Manufacturing Canada • Glenda Quintini, Senior Economist in Skills Analysis and Policy, Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs, OECD The live session time above reflects your computer's local time zone. The session will be recorded and available on replay the day after the live stream.

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