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AI4LABOUR is a Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) project within the framework of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA).
Researchers from the University of Wolverhampton are part of an international project which aims to predict the types of occupations that will appear in the near future and the skills these will require.
Reshaping Labour Force Participation with Artificial Intelligence (AI4LABOUR) has been awarded €110,400 of funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.
The lead organisation is Kadir Has University from Turkey and Professor Sibel Yamak from the University of Wolverhampton’s Faculty of Arts, Business and Social Sciences is leading an element of the project.
Professor Sibel Yamak - The lead of this project:
“To achieve this goal, an innovative skill-based modelling and skill development methodology armed with AI techniques will be designed for the labour force.
“This novel methodology will be the building block of a web portal, which will serve as a recommendation tool for individuals, companies, institutions, and policymakers.
“The project consortium consists of eight institutions and industries from the UK, Turkey, Ireland, and Spain.
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AL4LABOUR Project Collaborators:
Title: Punish Them or Engage Them?
Period: 2019 - 2021
Funder: College of Learning and Teaching (ColT)
A New Approach Toward Developing Student Disruptive Behaviours Strategies at University of Wolverhampton. The project is funded by the College of learning and Teaching.
Principal Investigator: Dr Roya Rahimi
Title: Governance and value-creation in SMEs in a service dominant-logic (GoSMEs)
Period: 2017 - 2019
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 748905.
Funder: European Union
Equality between men and women is one of the founding principles and values of the European Union. Yet, women continue to be under-represented in boards and top management teams of companies.
The focus of the GEMA project is on the business level and tries to answer questions of how and why gender balance in economic decision-making can add value to organisations.
The project was conducted in collaboration with the employers’ associations in the South/East European countries of Bulgaria, Croatia, Macedonia and Slovenia, and co-funded by the PROGRESS Programme of the European Union.
Funder: EU Justice-funded (€413,000)