September 10, 2020 – TheNewswire – contextere, an industrial AI company has been accepted to the World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community. Earlier this year the World Economic Forum launched the Reskilling Revolution, an initiative to provide one billion people with better education, skills, and jobs by 2030. The initiative aims to future-proof workers from technological change and help economies by providing new skills for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. contextere CEO Gabe Batstone participated in this initiative as an aerospace & defense subject matter expert and became committed to more engagement based on the outcome–driven approach of the team.
“Contextere is using AI to augment a smarter and more efficient workforce. We are pleased to include them as part of our Global Innovators Community working with a multi-stakeholder group on shaping the future of the new economy and society and advanced manufacturing and production.” – Susan Nesbitt, Head of the Global Innovators Community, World Economic Forum
contextere is transforming the future of work using AI to deliver actionable intelligence to the last tactical mile, empowering front-line industrial workers. Imagine technicians having conversations with machines about error codes, maintenance procedures, service bulletins, or past performance; workers obtain critical knowledge to execute and equipment doesn’t break.
“We are proud to be invited to join a select group of WEF Global Innovators helping define a future of work that drives economic growth in a way that is inclusive and sustainable” says Gabe Batstone, CEO of contextere. “Digital transformation is really about people and giving those people the right technology, training and tools to empower their uniquely human skills: curiosity, creativity, and judgment.”
The importance of global commitment and coordination among business leaders has been magnified by the current pandemic. COVID-19 counterintuitively creates a transformational opportunity to advance innovation and skills initiatives that would have been unheard of only a few months ago. The result is a surge in the adoption of ‘connected worker’ initiatives with a renewed urgency to upskill and reskill the existing and displaced workforce.
Headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, contextere is an industrial software company creating AI-powered solutions focused on human performance. contextere is transforming the future of work using AI to deliver actionable intelligence to the last tactical mile, empowering workers and improving asset performance. contextere works in the field with customers to meet challenges head-on, supporting digital transformation, driving connected worker initiatives, and deploying our products to produce results for today and tomorrow. Learn more at: www.contextere.com
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