ACC, EMILI partner to address labour shortages, foster adoption of intelligent technologies


Assiniboine Community College and the Enterprise Machine Intelligence Learning Initiative (EMILI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will see them working together to address agricultural sector labour shortages. The five-year MOU covers projects that will advance the adoption of intelligent technologies and programming to train Manitobans in digital agriculture skills. “This partnership will help provide experiential learning opportunities for students using emerging technologies, and will help ensure that graduates obtain skills in areas like data analysis, robotics and automation,” said ACC’s Russ Edwards School of Agriculture and Environment Dean Tim Hore. “This partnership and the expanded programming proposed as part of our Prairie Innovation Centre will help fill this need.”

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