Melbourne MicroCert: Artificial Intelligence and Women
Be prepared for the future of work – understand how technology could impact your profession.
In our increasingly digital world, workplaces are transforming rapidly. Research shows that women could be disproportionately impacted by these shifts.
This Melbourne MicroCert explores how automation is changing the work we do, and the related gender trends and implications. It will arm you with a fundamental understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation – and how these could affect your profession.
Led by Associate Professor Leah Ruppanner of the University of Melbourne’s Policy Lab, you will explore how our current technological wave differs from those of the past. You will gain accessible insights into concepts such as big data, algorithms, AI and automation. Crucially, you will explore which skills will be sought after in future workplaces – and how to attain them.
This Melbourne MicroCert is part of our Future of Women at Work series, which examines the policy, digital skills and interpersonal approaches necessary to establish gender equity in our future workplaces.
Associate Professor Leah Ruppanner
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