Corporate learning is nothing new for most organizations, and many global players have already realized its advantages and have invested in improving their learning programs. Despite those growing efforts, many organizations are having a hard time convincing employees to utilize corporate learning. Organizations must realize that in the workplace, employees are their internal customers; employees buy in to the company mission and become advocates for the brand to attract more talent, and they are more engaged to gain more skills that will in turn make the company better. The feeling of the content being personalized is the key to learner engagement. The individual, their need for an individual learning experience, and their case-by-case provision of content pieces appear to be an impossible task at first, but AI is a great tool to help with this.
The corporate training market, which is over $130 billion in size, is about to be disrupted. Companies are starting to move away from their Learning Management Systems (LMS), buy all sorts of new tools for digital learning, and rebuild a whole new infrastructure to help employees learn. And the impact of Slack, Microsoft Teams, Workplace by Facebook and GSuite will be enormous. Consider the following: in Deloitte's most research research among 700-plus business and HR professionals, corporate L&D received a net-promoter score of -8. This is about as low as it can go.
In this video recorded in Washington D.C. while delivering a blockchain training program on Blockchain Fundamentals for Fannie Mae, BIT Instructor George Levy describes how the Bitcoin blockchain keeps a permanent record of all the transactions that have ever taken place. In it, Levy discusses the "Genesis" block where Satoshi Nakamoto created the first fifty bitcoins, and why blockchain is such a powerful tool to preserve the integrity of any records in a business. As part of the blockchain corporate training live event George Levy led for Fannie Mae, participants got to explore the bitcoin blockchain and see first-hand how records are stored in a permanent and immutable way. George Levy is a certified blockchain corporate training instructor at Blockchain Institute of Technology, and the author of the best selling online course Blockchain and Bitcoin Fundamentals taken by tens of thousands of students in over 160 countries worldwide. Blockchain Institute of Technology (TM) is one of the world's leading blockchain corporate training providers.
This course is intended for those who have elementary knowledge of Hadoop ETL layer and want to get deeper into Machine learning techniques implementation in Hadoop. The course incorporates an introduction to Big Data, the Data Analytics lifecycle, machine learning, R & R Studio, as well as Hadoop (MapReduce, HDFS, Storm, Kafka, Cassandra). This course will be taught by industry experts, Dominique A. Heger Ph.D. and Dr. Alain Biem. Together they have 30 years of experience with IBM, HP, Oracle/Sun, Dell, and SGI SMP and MPP systems architecture, cluster (Hadoop), GRID, and Cloud Computing, UNIX/Linux operating systems, I/O subsystem performance, algorithms and data structures, performance modeling and simulation, operations research, network and cluster technologies, telecommunication (VoIP), and all phases of the software development life cycle. Alain Biem is a Senior Research Scientist and Project Lead at IBM Research in New York, where he has contributed or led various research and development projects in the area of Big Data, predictive analytics, time series processing, distributed processing, information management, and business modeling.