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STEM HLE19: Elisa Martin Garijo - Addressing the skills challenge

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Elisa Martin Garijo is Chief Technology Officer for IBM Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel, a Distinguished Engineer, and a member emeritus of the IBM Academy of Technology. In her CTO role, Elisa leads technology and innovation in the country with the main objective of stimulating smart and cognitive solutions in Spanish companies and institutions using technology and innovation as drivers. In this role her responsibility is to transmit innovative experiences and technology to enterprises and society as well as bringing value by connecting clients with IBM Research.
As a member of IBM's Academy of Technology Leadership team, Elisa participates in investigative studies on international and national levels. She holds two patents and several written collaborations / studies about technical products and processes. As an executive, she is responsible for maintaining excellence and vitality in the technical community of SPGI market supporting the second IBM value, "Innovation that Matters", for clients and society.
With a Mathematics degree from the Complutense University of Madrid, Elisa's experience extends over 35 years in the industry and technology sectors.

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STEM HLE19: Elisa Martin Garijo - Addressing the skills challenge

  1. 1. Addressing the skills challenge Elisa Martin Garijo, IBM Spain CTO, IBM Member Academy of Technology, @ElisaGarijo
  2. 2. Five technologies that are changing the world 2 Artificial Intelligence Cloud Blockchain Cybersecurity Quantum
  3. 3. 3 Where is Education standing? Are we providing enough skill force?Educational institutes are preparing students for careers that are becoming more demanding by the day. But are they catching up with the technological advances? Education is facing the same challenges from the 60s: the demand for skilled technical force is increasing, but the supply isn’t met. Computer Science Major was only introduced in the 90s, but computers were available since the 50s. Where are the 21st century skills? Industries find themselves creating their own curriculum to fill the skill gap. Classroom lectures are available to students who have access to them Students start to use e-learning systems Are we providing the right curriculum?
  4. 4. 4 IBM Skills Academy A skills-oriented training program that bridges the skills gap between classroom and industry Empowering students of various majors with the skills needed to excel in today’s high-demand technologies We provide a cloud-enabled learning environment based on train-the-trainers blended learning models leveraging IBM and open source technology Upon successful course completion, faculty and students can receive badges on relevant skills How Does it Work? Uniquely crafted learning experiences Carefully Balancing • Theory • Hands-on Labs • Industry Use Cases Validated by top academic institutions and delivered via train-the-trainer blended learning models and led by subject matter experts to enable your faculty to teach on campus IBM Skills Academy IBM Response to the Skills Gap Issue Think 2019 / DOC ID / February 14, 2019 / © 2019 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. Design Thinking Solve problems using advanced concepts of agile methodology, engineering and product design, at the speed and scale of the modern digital enterprise. Quantum Computing Leverage the principles of quantum mechanics on computers that can run new types of algorithms to solve uniquely complex problems, redefining frontier science. Cloud Services Bring your ideas to life leveraging next-gen PaaS microservices that can easily be integrated into apps and sites to drive innovation in every industry. Internet of Things Use end-point devices, sensors and apps to react in real-time to environmental events, providing localized solutions that integrates data and technology. Cybersecurity Build instincts and expertise in security systems that understands, reasons and learns; proactively reacting to cyberthreats. Artificial Intelligence Provide cognitive capabilities to computing machines using neural- based adaptive learning techniques to enhance the human condition. Blockchain Re-imagine fundamental business processes and invent new styles of secure digital interactions that will change the way the world works. Data Science Train systems to react on actionable insights extracted from large data sets, using advanced data science techniques and open source tools. Courses available March 2019 8 Areas - beyond course work Courses available now
  6. 6. 6 IBM Academic Initiative No-charge access to IBM technology including cloud, software, and courseware IBM Cloud trial promo codes Popular Services: Watson Assistant Watson Studio Visual Recognition Internet of Things Platform 40+ Software downloads Popular Examples: SPSS Modeler ILOG CPLEX Qradar DB2 150+ Courseware available* Popular Examples: Introduction to IBM SPSS Modeler and Data Mining Constraint Programming with ILOG CPLEX Optimizer * eligible to faculty only Available at onthehub.com/ibmThink 2019 / DOC ID / February 14, 2019 / © 2019 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. IBM Institute for Business Value Collaboration & Partnership
  8. 8. 8  Partnership between school district, higher education partner and industry  Six-year program, featuring integrated high school and college coursework linked to industry Skills Map, leading to an industry-recognized, postsecondary degree for all students. Students can graduate in less than six- years, but the model ensures that students have the time and seamless supports necessary to earn their degree.  Workplace learning strand, including mentoring, worksite visits, speakers, project days, skills-based and paid internships  Open enrollment with focus on historically underserved students  Cost-free postsecondary degree  First-in-line for jobs with industry partners P-TECH school partnership key tenets
  9. 9. 53% of P-TECH’s first cohort completed their STEM AAS in 6 years or less, more than 4x the national community college graduation rate of 13%.
  10. 10. Promote STEM skills Introduce Artificial Intelligent concepts and practices Inspirer and engage employees WATSON VA A CLASE
  11. 11. Artificial Inteligente (AI) in the SCHOOL “Watson goes to class "is a pioneering program in the area of ​​Corporate Citizenship of IBM in Spain, whose main objective is to introduce Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the educational curriculum of Secondary students in Spain. It is about students understanding and using basic coding principles and key skills for AI. We teach teachers so that they can incorporate these contents into their classes and thus achieve a greater impact on young people.
  12. 12. ECOSYSTEM Theproject is aimed at Teachers of Technology and Informatics of thelevels of Baccalaureate (High School) and Vocational Training(middle and upper grades) and their students (16-20years), starting with the region of Madrid andextending to thelargest possible numberof regionsin Spain and out of the country. Social Entities Teachers Students Employees Schools Government Education InstitutionUniversity
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