Invitation-only Global Innovators Community provides new ideas to help protect lives and livelihoods of communities and industries around the world
SkyHive®, the recognized leader in generative AI applications for companies and governments on their reskilling journey to build capable and future-proof workforces, has joined the prestigious World Economic Forum’s Global Innovators Community.
The World Economic Forum is the leading international organization for public-private cooperation. Its invite-only Community is a select group of the “world’s most promising startups and scaleups that are at the forefront of ethical technological and business model innovation.”
Only 90 companies in the world are listed as Global Innovators. World Economic Forum says these companies “represent, inform, and influence public and private sector decision-makers by contributing new ideas, perspectives, and innovations that address long-term global concerns.” The Forum provides a platform on which participating organizations will “work with the foremost policymakers, academics, innovators, civil society representatives, and business leaders to improve the state of the world.”
“We are honored that SkyHive is recognized by this prestigious organization for our innovations within technology,” SkyHive Founder and CEO Sean Hinton says. “We are equally excited to consult with, and advise, governments, schools, and businesses worldwide about the use of ethical AI, particularly regarding the reskilling of human workforces.”
SkyHive was previously recognized as a “Tech Pioneer” by the World Economic Forum in 2021. Since then, the Company has joined the Responsible AI Institute, launched the Global Alliance for Skills to Aid Economic Renaissance and Labor Market Transitions, and received patents for job description generation and machine learning to generate skills. SkyHive was named the Best Advance in Practical AI/Talent Analytics at the 2023 HR Tech Awards, hosted by Lighthouse Research & Advisory.