Sallyann is on a mission to make us all more human. Sallyann holds a doctorate, degrees and certifications in Law, Urban Planning, French and Italian and Organizational Behavior from Harvard University, University of Miami, St Thomas University and Franklin College. She is a published author and speaks five languages. She is the Lead Tree Shaker the Growing Leaders Foundation, a U.N. approved NGO. It delivers 21-century skills to students in schools and universities across the world using a unique corporate social education model she developed. A case study on her Foundation’s work as a “model” Caribbean social enterprise can be found published by the Arthur Lok Jack School on Business. Sallyann is also the Chief Skills Hacker at GLEAC, an APP with a patent pending technology that uses neuro and data science + A.I. and machine learning algorithms + micro learning to measure soft skills. She began her career as a corporate lawyer in the US.
26 February 2019 | 11:30 - 12:00 | English | Can Artificial Intelligence Help Students Become More Human and be 21-Century Workplace Ready
Artificial Intelligence, ironically, is assisting us solve more human problems than ever. Our more human and dynamic qualities such as our ability to be creative, collaborate, have empathy etc., are much more in demand by employers than static resumes or grade scores. It is why for the first time in human history soft skills have leap-frogged ahead of hard skills as a better predictor of human performance. This trend has significant implications in what, how and why traditional education systems can continue to have impact. If the measure of education is preparing graduates be economic contributors to society with rising unemployment and under-employment, how long can the existing education curriculums and channel of education remain in-tact?It is this key insight that has allowed us to develop a patent-pending method using Behavioural Science, Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics too.
26 February 2019 | 13:00 - 13:10 | English | GESS Bites: Linkedin Will Soon Not Exist as it Does Now as a Platform to Find Jobs
Jobs of the future will find you on a blockchain which will have information about your identity and human 21-century skills. Are students ready for this future?