Did you consider a career change in 2020 or were looking for your first job after graduation, and then you have experienced a hard year. Covid-19 pandemic changed demands in the job-market, but also brought some opportunities with it. Among others - time to think creatively about your future job opportunities.
That is why we would like to inspire you to look for your next job in AI, regardless of your particular engineering background. Together we explore how different companies, universities and no-profit initiatives collaborate on solving Sustainable Development Goals using ethical AI. How they use advances in technology to make our world a better place – and how you can be a part of that movement.
We will encourage you to use this weird corona-time to take introductory AI-courses, read AI-books, train your skill sets and discover new work-opportunities.
What you get:
● Introduction to how AI helps solve SDGs.
● 4-5 best practices & job cases
● How to spot a right opportunity in AI4SDGs?
● How to leverage online (virtual) world and network
● List of free online courses to take at entry level
● List of relevant books to read
● List of interesting professionals to follow online
● List of companies that work in AI with SDGs
● Engineering graduates in the last years of their studies, who consider first-job opportunities
● Recently graduated students, who have a hard time navigating a disrupted job marked
● Experiences engineers, who consider career change og look for a new and more exciting job for the future
● Anyone who want to work in UN’s Sustainable Development Goals
During application you will be asked a question: ” What specific SDG challenge would you like to solve using AI application”? That way we can tailor our webinar to your interests and passions.
Ana Chubinidze is a founder of non-profit organisation AI Governance International. She is also an invited founding editorial board member of Springer’s AI and Ethics journal. Before that Ana worked for Big 4 consulting firms in AI Governance and has been voluntarily engaged with IEEE SA’s working groups on ethics for autonomous and intelligent systems. Her academic background is in international relations with a focus in international law and economics. Her work in AI Governance started with the educational program, Regional Academy on the United Nations where she worked on a policy paper about foresight regulations for Artificial Intelligence.
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