Is there a universal skillset to thrive in a tech-driven world? What is the future of skills in the AI era?
As the world becomes more technologically driven, is there a universal skillset needed to thrive? In a landscape ever-transformed by rapid advancements in technology, AI, and generative AI, it is crucial to identify the capabilities that will remain perennially significant. We will delve into the importance of adaptive learning, digital literacy, complex problem solving, and more, navigating through the vast interplay of technical and soft skills.
Join a team of global thought leaders to form a council on The Future of Skills in the AI Era.
This inaugural event is organized jointly by NASA’s Ames Research Center, UC Berkeley’s Fisher Center for Business Analytics (FCBA) in the Haas School of Business, and the new College of Computing, Data Science, and Society (CDSS).
Bringing together thought leaders from academia, government, and industry to tackle challenges related to the ever-growing impact of artificial intelligence (AI) at all levels of society, the program includes presentations, panels, and break-out discussions to address the following four questions:
- Is there a universal skillset to thrive in a tech-driven world?
- How to address professional development challenges in the future of work?
- What is the campus and pedagogy of the future to scale education globally?
- What ethical guidelines and behaviors will lay the foundation of a human-compatible AI?
When: Friday, September 22, 9am-5pm.
Register to join the event online here