I have the current pleasure of attending the 2019 ATD International Conference https://atdconference.td.org/ in Washington DC for the next couple of days.
I have some cool new lightweight equipment to record some interviews (which I already have put to good use) and will be sharing some things here as well as on the feed for the show.
Highlights of today include a great presentation from Paul Signorelli, Koko Nakahara, Evert Prius and Amit Nagpal gave a presentation on Implementing Machine Learning and AI in Learning—Global Cases and Best Practices.
- AI and Machine Learning is taking us from the construction industry in Japan, to India, to KLM Cargo in the Netherlands to URI in the United States. A truly global presentation.
- Fail to Learn. You have to fail to learn. AI is not to replace but enhance the learning experience for the learners.
#ATD2019 AI does some stuff WITH us not as US.
- Fact: 46% of job descriptions are obsolete. HR should move from workforce planning to WORK Planning. Need to create or be sure what work is coming in near future.
- AI will impact ALL types of industries and learning. Even in places where the trainer never thought MY job could be in jeopardy. Change is coming.
Also, I interviewed Paul after the program about his session and then interviewed @HalellyAzulay host of
@TalentGrowShow and author of Employee Development on a Shoestring from ATD Press.
The interviews will be on this page and on our Talkshoe page soon.
Looking forward to more interviews and sessions tomorrow. Follow @tisfortraining or @baldgeekinmd for my updates, or follow the twitter hashtag #ATD2019 for great content
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