A Case Study of Taiwan - AI Talent Cultivation Strategies
This study created the “Challenges from the Industry X Solutions from Talents” mechanism, which emphasizes learning from doing instead of traditional talent cultivation modes by aligning artificial intelligence (AI) talents with critical problems of enterprises. The problem-solving process begins with industry AI demands. This paper design a platform, AIGO, aiming to cultivate AI talents, and enabling them to solve real-world industrial problems. The platform is composed of competition, learning and community.
KeywordsArtificial intelligence Talent cultivation Industry
This work is supported through the AI Talent Training Program Project of the Institute for Information Industry, subsidized by the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs of the Republic of China.
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