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ARISA Newsletter: May 2024

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Join us for the online launch event of the AI Skills Strategy for Europe on May 28th!

What to expect:
ūüü£Presentation of the AI Skills Strategy for Europe, showcasing how it addresses the key challenges in the AI field: bridging the AI skills gaps, retaining talent, addressing the diversification of AI profiles, boosting EU market competitiveness.
Sabine Boesen-Mariani, Co-author of the Strategy, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht
ūüü£Panel: Future-Proof AI Skills: Tackling the Rapid Technological Advancements
Jennifer Sanford, Senior Director Global Public Policy, CISCO; André Veelders, Training manager at the Institute for ICT, HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht; Migle Petkeviciene, INFOBALT board member and Partner at Ellex Legal; Moderator: Niels Selling, Senior Research & Innovation Manager, DIGITALEUROPE
ūüü£Panel: Shaping the Digital Decade: Empowering Diversity and Inclusion in AI
Joanna Pruszynska-Witkowska, Co-Founder & VP, Future Collars; Anu Passi Rauste, CMO & Partner, Headai; Vasiliki Margariti, Digital, Telecom and Space Attachee at the Permanent Representation of Greece to the EU; Moderator: Julien Chasserieau, Associate Director for AI and Data Policy, DIGITALEUROPE



The Value of Human Skills in a World of AI

In this article, Suzanne Galletly, Digital Skills Director at EXIN, discusses the enduring value of human skills amidst the rapid growth of artificial intelligence. This article is a must-read for anyone interested in the intersection of technology and human talent, and how together, we can forge a path towards a thriving digital society.

Recognition of foreign qualifications and Artificial Intelligence: the work of a credential evaluator

The article in cooperation with CIMEA answers how the use of Artificial Intelligence will impact the educational sector and the recognition of qualifications.

Revolutionising Talent Acquisition: Why AI is the Future of Hiring

Opinion piece by Alex Alexander, Founder of XOOTS, ARISA Associated Partner, explaining why every recruiter should embrace AI in their talent acquisition strategy.


Last week, the ARISA – AI Skills Partners engaged in dynamic discussions on everything related to AI skills! We explored updates on the AI Skills Strategy for Europe, planned the piloting of AI learning programs across the EU and beyond, and more.

Our vibrant conversations took place in Budapest, graciously hosted by the Budapest University of Technology and Economics and IVSZ – IT Association of Hungary.


The AI Skills Alliance keeps expanding! We already have 28 Associated Partners! 

By becoming an ARISA Associated Partner, your organisation gains access to a vibrant network that fosters knowledge exchange, collaboration, and the collective pursuit of excellence in AI skills development. We offer you the flexibility to choose where to contribute so it aligns better with your organisation‚Äôs goals. 

Sounds interesting? Read more about the Associated Partnership opportunity & apply. 

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