Dubai - Artificial Intelligence Journalism
PwC’s Academy, the talent and skills development business of PwC, has signed an agreement of understanding (MOU) with Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF), the UAE-based leading global institution in media studies and artificial intelligence and Fourth and Fifth industrial Revolutions’ technologies. The aim is to design training programs in media and entertainment industry and AI Journalism technologies. Also supporting future Dynamic Human Skills (DHS).
“AIJRF is honored to sign a cooperation agreement with PwC, one of the largest professional firm in the world in the field of training, studies and future skills, through cooperation in the implementation of some programs with PwC’s Academy Middle East, where we will start implementing some programs during Dubai Expo 2020 and future courses in Artificial Intelligence Journalism and the Dynamic Human Skills (DHS).” Dr. Mohamed Abdulzaher, pioneer of Artificial Intelligence Journalism and CEO of AIJRF said.
Amanda Line, PwC Partner, and PwC’s Academy Leader added: “Our partnership with AIJRF is yet another milestone in our contribution to the vision of the UAE. We look forward to upskilling our clients’ workforce. With new programs, academic and practical courses on technologies, artificial intelligence, media, and entertainment. The training will be offered in Arabic and English and tailored to suit the learning preferences of professionals in the region.
About PwC’s Academy
PwC’s Academy is the talent and skills development business of PwC. We are committed to supporting the sustainable growth of talent across the region. We operate across the Middle East and are part of a growing network of PwC Academies present in over 40 countries worldwide.
AIJRF think tank is a global leading organization in researching, and forecasting the future of AI and humans and the Fourth and Fifth Industrial Revolutions.
It has the advanced skills in training, teaching, searching, and forecasting through its advisory board. Plus three skilled teams, which are academic, editorial, and media teams. In cooperation with various research institutions and universities, and specialized groups of researchers in the US, Euro, Asia, and Medial East. They speak and edit in five different languages: Arabic, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
AIJRF manages and issues” Artificial Intelligence Journalism Journal (AIJJ), the first AI Journalism academic journal in both Arabic and English. AIJRF manages and supervises the Artificial Intelligence Journalism World Forum (AIJWF). It is the first global platform that includes academics, media professionals, and specialists of AI technologies.
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