The Future of Corporate Learning:
Perspectives on AI and online learning
How will learning and development evolve in a world post COVID-19?
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Understanding the Future of Corporate Learning
Learning is no longer restricted to face-to-face experiences. In a business world that operates remotely and digitally, learning should not be different.
The covid-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to adapt their leadership development initiatives, both in terms of content and delivery. But what's next? What does the future hold for Learning and Development leaders? How can they innovate programmes to ensure goals are being met and impact is being measured?
To discuss these questions, Headspring and Sana Labs, are bringing together learning and technology specialists to share perspectives on the use of Artificial Intelligence and personalized learning in corporate training and development.
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Tuesday, 16 June 2020
05.00pm - 06.00pm (CEST)
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Joel is the Founder and CEO Sana Labs, a leading AI company focused on learning. An enterprising child, Joel taught himself to code in C at age 13 and founded his first company, a video recommendation technology, at 16. Joel is an appointed AI-specialist by the Swedish government and was named Sweden's 'top talent' 2018 by Veckans Affärer, one of the country’s largest business magazines.
In 2019, The Guardian named Joel one of ten people under 35 changing the world for the better. Joel's work on the Sana technology has been featured in leading forums including NAACL, SXSW, Fast Company, TED, BBC, Forbes, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, Cheddar, SLUSH, Cognition X, Financial Times, The Guardian, and Wired.
Joel has successfully gathered an interdisciplinary team, including leading engineers and scientists with backgrounds ranging from BCG Gamma and CERN to Google AI and Spotify. Working with some of the world’s most important organizations, Sana Labs is transforming how millions of people learn.
Martin Rodriguez Jugo
Martin has spent more than 12 years working in the business education sector and has been part of learning innovation projects, the development of learning materials (simulations, interactive cases, case studies and multimedia tutorials), Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Executive Education online programs. He is currently the Director of IE Publishing and Director of High Impact Online Programs at IE Exponential Learning.
He leads the team for the design, development and distribution of IE learning materials (www.iepublishing.ie.edu). In addition, in his team they have produced more than 35 MOOCs and MOOC Specializations. IE launched the High Impact Online Programs in early 2017 and he has led this initiative.
He is also an adjunct professor for the operations management area, focusing his knowledge on how to manage creative projects and creative teams. He defines himself as an enthusiast of online learning and education supported by technology, as well as a believer of lifelong learning.