How are you getting involved in the process of upskilling for Gen AI? Are you tailoring a program for your team?

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Director of Engineering in Software, 10,001+ employees
We are giving space to every team to learn and explore the options as per our application needs and as per business needs. We have been very careful to make sure none of the company IP is shared in common platform to outside world. Soon we might have internal trainings for teams so that members can explore and try more.
VP of Engineering in Education, 10,001+ employees
Yes, we are developing individual curriculum based on individual needs. 
Director of Engineering in Media, 10,001+ employees
Most of the industries are still trying to see the use cases of using Gen AI which can be incorporated into their processes. Once that is figured out, there will be a tailored plan for training and implementation.

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