The latest thinking and news from the CIO Strategy Council.
TORONTO – Today, the CIO Strategy Council struck a new technical committee to develop standards for the qualification of artificial intelligence and big data personnel following its Standards Policy Committee’s most recent meeting on June 5th, 2019. “Our rapidly shifting, global economy – one that is increasingly leveraging big data and artificial intelligence- requires skills
The Standards Council of Canada (SCC) is pleased to announce it has accredited the CIO Strategy Council to develop National Standards of Canada. The CIO Strategy Council is made up of Chief Information Officers who are innovators in their organizations. Developing standards is part of the Council’s mission to support Canada’s information and communication technology
OTTAWA – The CIO Strategy Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Jansa as its new Executive Director. In his previous role as Vice President of Standards and Innovation, Jansa led the CIOSC’s standards work and provided strategic leadership and insight on emerging technological trends and CIOSC-led initiatives.
TORONTO – The CIO Strategy Council is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Business/Higher Education Roundtable (BHER) to collaborate on the development and implementation of a work-integrated learning (WIL) pilot program for Canada’s ICT sector. This partnership will combine the Council’s wealth of ICT knowledge with the BHER’s breadth of experience and leadership
Read the CIO Strategy Council’s Hill Times’ article: Why global standards necessary in field of artificial intelligence
Without standards, we’d have not benchmarks for success, no product-safety security, no common technology unifying global markets and certainly no opportunity for competition to thrive… Read full article here
With more companies than ever integrating machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) into their businesses, the need for qualified professionals is growing faster than ever. However, recent polls indicate that the current skills gap in AI means organizations may have a tough time finding an experienced specialist to join their team. Ernst & Young confirmed