SKILL.ALL - AI powered skills tracking and improvement application

SKILL.ALL - AI powered skills tracking and improvement application

Our challenge, your solutions

Empowering People knowledge with AI

SKILL.ALL is the 1st. AI powered skills tracking and improvement application that matches society needs

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Team: SKILL.ALL

Members roles and background

Cristiano Viegas, is a strategy consultant for social organizations.

José Mendes, 30 years experience as editorial coordinator and journalist

Pedo Baião 15 years as a finance director

Bruno - 3 years as an developer

Angelina - 3 years as prject manager

Contact details

cristiano@digitagy.pt

Solution description

The app will use an Ai and machine learning data model based on the seven kinds of intelligence  and “open data” repositories or Aggregate datasets from various providers in order to evaluate the current skills of the student and its current gaps when compared to the “desired profiles” designed by education institutions, future employees or any other relevant Stakeholder. The systems will also evaluate what are the most mentioned need by all these groups and can suggest an ideal “persona” to compare with the student skillset. Based on 3rd party integrations via API, the app will then suggest training, courses or any other educational tool which will “close the educational gap”.

Solution context

The skills gap is a complex problem that requires attention now, as the world’s youth strive for a life of purpose, dignity, and economic stability.  While unprepared youth face significant barriers to entry into the formal economy, the alternatives are informal sector jobs or no jobs at all.

  • The immediate cost of replacing an employee at 50‒75% of their annual salary
  • Among millennials who plan to leave their current company in the next two years, 71% cite a lack of training opportunities. Ninety-four percent of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in their career
  • A Deloitte report estimated that “the skills gap may leave an estimated 2.4 million positions unfilled between 2018 and 2028, with a potential economic impact of $2.5 trillion”
  • Companies are struggling with the lack of qualified workers now — but they’re even more concerned about how much the skills gap could widen in the future

Solution target group

The solution targets stidents, employees, companies and univerities

Solution impact

Identify career development goals for the intellectual skills needed in the workplace /life - Use open data” repositories or Aggregate datasets from various providers in order to evaluate the current skills of the student and its current gaps when compared to the “desired profiles” designed by education institutions, future employees or any other relevant Stakeholder.

Chart out suggested course progressions or actions  to help close those gaps over some time interval - Based on 3rd party integrations via API, the app will then suggest training, courses or any other educational tool which will “close the educational gap”.

Engaging students using an IBM Watson chatbot - The systems will evaluate what are the most mentioned needs and can suggest an ideal “persona” to compare with the student /worker skillset.

Keep track of how they are progressing along the way - Tracks individual learning progress, identifies areas of improvement, and suggests alternatives.

Solution tweet text

Empowering People knowledge with AI

Solution innovativeness

SKILL.ALL is the 1st. AI powered skills tracking and improvement application that matches society needs

Solution transferability

This solution can be used in context such as tourism, mentoring etc.

Solution sustainability

The app will have an Software as a service business model. This means companies or universities will pay a monthly fee per user profile.

Solution team work

We have been working as a team in the last year. We are 6 team members.

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DigiEduHack 2021 partners & supporters

DigiEduHack is an EIT initiative under the European Commission's Digital Education Action Plan, led by EIT Climate-KIC and coordinated by Aalto University. In 2021, the main stage event is hosted by the Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in cooperation with the International Research Center on Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI) under the auspices of UNESCO.

EIT Climate-Kic

Aalto University

European commission

Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport

International Research Center on Artificial Intelligence

EIT Community: Human Capital