Reskilling Humans with Obediah Ayton

Join Obediah Ayton, General Managing Partner of Synaptech Capital, as he discusses a topic that is at the forefront of the latest technology revolution.

As old job titles disappear and new technologies emerge, it is becoming necessary for everybody – from graduate students to seasoned investors – to learn new skills to stay afloat and thrive in a competitive market. In a world where AI, distributed ledger technology, and cybersecurity are omnipresent, now is more important than ever to invest in understanding these technologies. This podcast will explore the origin of ‘Reskilling Humans’, its status in the UAE, and how it can benefit Saudi Arabia with futureproofing the local population and allowing businesses to take personal ownership of these skills, without the costly need to outsource them from abroad.

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