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MIT SA+P and MIT Media Lab
The Future of Leadership: Human and AI Collaboration in the Workforce
Learn how to make your business more productive
COURSE STARTS
July 13, 2022
Registration closes
July 19, 2022
Price
$2,500.00
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Length: 6 weeks
Language: English
Effort: 7-10 hours per week
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Why Study Human-AI Collaboration?
When businesses embrace extended intelligence (EI) and encourage human-AI collaboration, they get results. By blending the leadership, creativity and social skills of humans with the speed, scalability and quantitative capabilities of AI, organizations can build better teams and tools. In a world where 81% of office workers say AI improves their own performance, human-AI collaboration is a recipe for business success.

In this six-week collaborative online course from MIT Media Lab, the world-renowned interdisciplinary research center, business leaders and innovators will learn how AI can enhance – not replace – human intelligence to reduce costs, manage risks, streamline operations and accelerate growth and fuel innovation.
How do data and digital interact with real life? In the next couple decades, we’re going to see virtually everything augmented and processes reinvented to take advantage of new capabilities.
Prof. Alex Pentland, Faculty Director, Professor, Media Arts and Sciences, Media Lab, Sloan School of Management, Institute for Data Systems and Society
Is This Course Right for You?

You will benefit from The Future of Leadership: Human and AI Collaboration in the Workforce if you are a:

  • C-level executive – CEO, COO, president, board member – looking to future-fit your business for increasing levels of AI adoption.

  • Corporate innovator – head of finance or R&D, director of investment or business development, head of counsel – looking for expertise in human-AI collaboration.

  • Digital expert – data engineer, business analyst – eager to optimize existing AI automation tools by better understanding how humans use them.

  • Manager or director operationalizing AI tools to boost productivity and streamline processes.

Course Content
Orientation Module arrow
Module 1: Extending Human Intelligence Module arrow
Module 2: Human-AI Systems: Enhancing Individuals and Teams Module arrow
Module 3: Human-AI Systems: Enhancing Organizations Module arrow
Module 4: Organizational Culture Module arrow
Module 5: Human-AI Systems Design Module arrow
Module 6: How to Ensure the Continuous Success of the Human-AI Systems? Module arrow
What you will gain
  1. A prestigious certificate of completion issued by MIT Media Lab.
  2. A Credly badge listing your specific areas of new expertise.
  3. A powerful professional network of leaders, innovators and influencers.
  4. Dynamic new human-AI leadership skills to help you improve your business teams.
  5. A deep understanding of how human-AI systems can be applied to your organization to reduce costs, manage risks, streamline operations and accelerate growth and fuel innovation.
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Your faculty directors
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Prof. Alex Pentland, Faculty Director Expand director's description Expand director's description
Professor, Media Arts and Sciences, Media Lab, Sloan School of Management, Institute for Data Systems and Society
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Professor Cynthia Breazeal, Faculty Director Expand director's description Expand director's description
Professor, Media Arts and Sciences; Director and founder of the Personal Robots Group, MIT Media Lab; Director of the Responsible AI for Social Empowerment and Education Initiative (RAISE); Dean for Digital Learning
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Dr. Kate Darling, Faculty Director Expand director's description Expand director's description
Research Specialist, MIT Media Lab
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Matt Daggett, Faculty Director Expand director's description Expand director's description
Technical Staff, Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief Systems Group, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
How you will learn:
  • Digital videos or audio content, augmented by material created exclusively for the course
  • Quizzes and exercises designed specifically to help you understand and retain new information
  • Dialogue with expert instructors and your peers via discussion forums and small group sessions
  • Simulations and other carefully crafted interactions to provide an engaging learning experience
  • Real-life examples that place information in context to help you understand how the concepts delivered in the programme material can be applied to your work environment
  • AI coaching to improve your and your team’s collaboration
The Esme Learning way
Collaborative AI-enhanced learning
We teach executives as they work - in cross-functional teams. Learners participate in interactive simulations and team projects which reinforce applied learning and enhance collaboration and complex problem solving skills. If you are looking for an individually-paced course, this course is not for you.
30x
improvement on completion rates compared to other online courses
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