Canada-based artificial intelligence solutions developing company Stallion AI has partnered with Rochester Institute of Technology (RTI) Dubai to award artificial intelligence citizenship. The newly launched joint program named 365 Digital AI Citizenship will help students from diverse backgrounds in becoming certified artificial intelligence citizens.
The program will provide personalized study plans to students and offer them access to a global network of industry experts so that students can carve their career pathways. The course will be available for students of RTI Dubai and will provide comprehensive knowledge and understanding for them to operate in artificial intelligence-powered environments.
CEO of Stallion AI, Samer Obeidat, said, “The biggest barrier to optimising the technology is the lack of knowledge and skills, so introducing young people to AI through this Citizenship program will ensure that they are highly sought after employees of the future, with the ability to both utilise and enhance AI functions in the workplace.”
He further added that artificial intelligence would impact jobs of all sectors, so it has become essential for students to have an understanding of artificial intelligence technologies and their applications.
According to the report, over 86% of surveyed workers claimed that artificial intelligence is an integral part of their day-to-day jobs. Hence this unique course will train students in artificial intelligence to help them better adjust to the changing work environment. Experts believe that artificial intelligence technologies will add over $15 trillion to the global economy by the end of 2030.
President of RTI Dubai, Dr. Yousef Al Assaf, said, “Artificial intelligence is an increasingly critical component of the global economy and, as Certified AI Citizens, our graduates will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and experience to play a leading role in this future-defining technology.”
He also mentioned that they are excited for this new collaboration with Stallion AI, and this is a step forwards towards the institute’s goal of going beyond traditional university education.