Companies going through transformations, and governments, aren’t the only ones rapidly adopting skills intelligence. Schools, mostly higher-education institutions, are using ethical AI as well.
In the video below, we talk about some of the ways colleges and universities are using artificial intelligence, and other ways they will be soon.
Joining us is Paul Toupin. He’s a consultant and trainer in the educational field and a longtime advocate of First Nations, refugee, and under-represented communities. Toupin is currently working with La Cité, a French-language college in Ontario we wrote about earlier this year.
Toupin talks about:
- Surveying the skills in a given geography, such as French-speaking skills in Canada
- The use of AI by employment centers
- Why AI can be part of recruiting prospective students
- The role of skills intelligence in the development of a school curriculum
- How HR/staffing departments at higher-education institutions can use skills intelligence in their own careers and their own work
Let us know if you’d like to talk more about using skills intelligence in the educational field.