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Very promising combination of process and technology to solve a major problem for many countries and the migrated individuals looking for a job and trying to find a way to improve their chances to get one.



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Has the potential to develop talent in a way that's both beneficial for companies and migrants.



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Stop making fake supporters! this is not ok



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@JuanCena: None of my supporters are fake. I am working on this project idea since June 2015 and made a lot of contacts since then. Long before the MIT published this challenge. And the people I met and talked to about my idea  supported me ever since when I described it to them. And their support helped ever since to develop my idea while I am in a sabbatical and being paid nothing. So clicking on the "support"-button right here is the easiest task for them.



Spread the news for Your project idea! Whish You all the energy You need for Your project idea! Because we have such a great task ahead and should work together and not against each other. Good luck to You!



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Everyone who wants to contribute to the solution - just drop me a note!



Join us - YMAD – You make a difference!



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I fully support Adrian's proposal. It is a smart and innovative combination of already existing and working tools to identify skills and talents of refugees. It has the potential to offer a scientifically sound and at the same time fast to implement solution to this pressing issue. I find it to be VERY PROMISING.



@JuanCena: I am a supporter and - to my knowing - I am not fake. I know Adrian personally and therefore know that he is driven by the purpose to help. He talked since months about his idea and tried to find allies to get the right players to the table in order to get things going. The German society is getting more and more polarized with regard to the integration of refugees; as are many other countries in Europe and other parts of the world - as you surely know. Adrian and many like-minded people are deeply concerned by this development and want to contribute actively to finding better solutions than building walls. (Walls won't work. We Germans have first hand expertise in this field.)



Adrian only stumbled by coincidence over the SOLVE platform and now reaches out to the global community for support. There surely is nothing fake in this. I hope this reassures you that there is no false play involved.



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Well actually no. Not that many European countries support the integration of refugees. For example Brexit was truly due to the fact that the EU wanted to have European countries allow refugees to take asylum in their countries but Britain did not want to. Other European Countries (other than Germany) have not expressed interest beyond the EU's interest in taking in Refugees.



The only reason I question the integrity of his followers and supporters is that I find it peculiar that when random people join the solvecolab the first thing they do is support his bill, and they do nothing else. I just find that questionable. Unless of course you are saying all of his supporters are his friends, in which case I rescind my statement and apologize.  



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@ JuanCena



I guess that I must be the fake supporter you were referring to. Actually I am pretty real... but I understand your impression since my comment was just a very short one.



I don't know Adrian personally yet, but I just invited him for a conference to talk about the subject he proposed here. Our initiative Der Zweig has a similar approach, to try to improve the matching of migrants and companies. Especially for companies it is vital to discover talent, and also to be able to assess personality traits such as diligence, principled conduct, self control, and motivation of candidates, just to name a few, in order to evaluate whether or not a candidate will fit in or not, especially in the context of huge cultural differences. 



Personally I share your view on Brexit. I also find it difficult that in Germany any incoming migrant is called a refugee which totally mixes up the facts, and adds a moralistic touch. There is a migration crisis, and it needs to be solved politically. 



But. 



I prefer to stick to reality, and apparently there is a problem in all European societies regarding the integration of certain migrant groups into the labour market. So it is our own interest to find people among them with potential, willing to integrate, and to contribute. Technology can help.



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The proposal is quite interesting and addresses a relevant challenge - that of identifying competencies from refugees or other people having no formal testified qualification. Adrian has a lot of experience in the domain of the labor market, IT and project management which makes him the right person to devise and develop such a visionary approach.



Beyond refugees, I also think that due to the digitalization of work and the globalized workforce, there is an increased need to digitally assess skills and to make strategic staff decisions. This ultimately might lead to something like "virtual assessment centers".



Good luck for your proposal!



 



 



 



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Well it's a good idea after they had the possibility to experience some education.

It's nice for recruiters and jobseekers but not really in line with the goal of the challenge.



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@pantarei: Your idea of an online learning certificate will tie in nicely to the solution I describe here in building a smart skill & education profile.



That is what I propose. A smart skill & education profile that is not tied to any biographical or social background. And as it might be of value for job matching, too, here I concentrate on the education part so that individual qualification is possible. Individual qualification means the right training that the individual refugee needs delivered in the right time and at the right speed.



The circumstances of the current situation of the refugee would be something that would add to the cognitive computing solution I propose here would recognize. So not only would the learner be presented individual material based on his learning preferences but would suggest, what learning steps to take next, derived from the context he or she is in right now.



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Well, the first and most and important thing is that someone like Adrian Vogler cares.



There is plenty of undiscovered and unused potential among humans arriving here.They might arrive without possessions, but they arrive with plenty of knowledge.



Car mechanics, doctors, nurses, graduates from university in all fields, the works.



One of the most important innovations in Germany was the so called Integrationskurs which allows humans arriving from all backgrounds to learn some German. I witnessed it all personally.



But then? That was it? Talent goes McDonalds.



The refugees arriving, now speaking some German do not understand our system, nor is their German good enough to follow through. No representative of the '"desperate for dedicated and qualified work force" turns up at the Integrations-Kurs.



Tests common here do not take into consideration the sometimes pretty different education abroad.



Long story short. Talent arrives, talent tries to integrate, talent and knowledge disappear into the crowd of temp workers unidentified.



This project tries to change this.



For the benefit of the humans who do want to offer what they know and can and for the benefit of the people, companies and industries who desperately are looking for wanting to work, dedicated and knowledgeable employees.



Great project. Go for it. Wish you all success!



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It makes sense but it is a project for OECD countries in terms of outputs and outcomes, I suggest that you can attempt to apply it for instance in UK, France , Germany as said, however I guarantee that it won't be successful in all countries in the EU. In essence , it will work a bit in Canada where refugee status in that said country is based on a sort of "Triage" that is , the federal Government of Canada, screening and making efforts to bring the best to Canada -  I get enough existing paradigms to back up and support what I am trying to say. 



This project can work but it has to be aligned with other types of pragmatic and realizable proposals to improve it , by itself it will demand a sort of complex trade-off herein, and a bit too compromised financially speaking. It should be part of other more elaborated solutions but it is still questionable based on economic facts and political complexities on the ground. They need solutions that can be sustainable for millions of refugees located  in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan



Further it is a bunch of hidden factors that can hinder it to be successful in places where we have gotten swatches of refugees like Turkey , Lebanon and Jordan, I reiterate.



When I say too financially compromised , just look at the UNHCR budgeting plan - Teaching refugee people from 3 to under 24 years of age, even it might be informal education, you cannot jump that fast unless one is  not planning to make a positive difference. Probably , you will say that it is a cheap program, I should believe you but the issue is not what it is cheap or expensive! Just flip a coin but it does not change , that is, you still get the same coin.



MIT is asking for sustainable and efficient solutions to educate displaced people from early age to under 24 located in  a complex war zone , there are millions of these people. That war is not that far from Lebanon where all these displaced people need education for what? Do you know? To stay in Lebanon or to go back to a reconstructed and peaceful Syria?.Could you make a choice or the concerned refugees should make it?  How many Palestinian refugees have entered Lebanon for years do you know? How long doe it take them to be educated and then integrated to the Lebanese society. Do you know?   I like your proposal but improve it if you do not want to: just apply it where it will not serve as many people as UNHCR plans to...  Further , perhaps ,EU need solutions for all countries that are comprised it , "refugee quota" , maybe it is where the line of reasoning is. How many types of frameworks do we need for that? It can be innovative but not sustainable enough. However it can be just " true and tried" approaches further at the end of the day , we end up with educating thousands of refugee kids in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. In essence , herein in Canada all people get the same education it does not matter refugee , permanent resident or Canadian citizen; obviously it one's refugee status is consented by the "Canadian Fed"



 



Good luck with the Judges!!!!!  



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@ACHE2006: Thank You for all Your valuable input. It helps me to describe my solution better when it comes down to match it with the requirements of the challenge.



The solution I propose is a sustainable, efficient and effective solution to built a smart education profile from early age to under 24 located in a complex war zone. That is the context my solution has to adopt to. And it is able to adopt to these circumstances. It is the very instance where this solution can be beneficial right now.



It is a digital solution I propose and it is scalable und useful in a lot of other scenarios as well. Being useful as a pattern to built on in other scenarios is pro not a con when looking at my proposal.



My solution proposes to built a smart education profile.

So what dos "smart" mean?



"Smart" means taking under consideration the very circumstances the one looking for education is in right now.

That is what I call the context. Only when I understand the context fully I can offer a solution that will really help. If I offer a course to someone that might be useful for him but is not reachable for him in the warzone the offering dos not help.



The smart education profile will have take all those aspects under consideration.That is where technology, especially the cognitive computing part of the solution really "shines".



It is a lot about answering simple questions and tie all those answers together to come up with somewhat useful, effective and helpful education wise. Taking under consideration aspects like:

- Where am I right now?

- Who am I? What are my personal strengths?

- Where do I stand education wise?

- Where do I want to go from where I stand?

- What do I need short term, mid term, long term?

- And what is the very next step I can take on my personal (learning) journey?

- What is the offering that is accessible and useful and effective to me?





 



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This picture I have in mind when I think of considering the "limiting factors" to take into consideration in a smart talent & education profile:





 



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Digital Skill Management based on gamification, I like it in a sense that it can be useful to educate children and adolescents by building through it a sort of conventional educational curriculum that will enable the concerned people to be literate for their own sustainable development and future resilience. Hence I suggest that it is your intention by having proposed these brilliant techniques. It might work properly however your recipe is not enough but it is not for rejection although it be achievable, logical and “also a bit innovative” however it is limited nevertheless It is not your fault but I reiterate it is limited for a plethora of critically and recently geopolitical, economic and financial factors now adding to that “the recent demographic changes factor in this big war zone, it sounds that this hemorrhage is not staunched, a sort of “local population uprooted”. Do you get the main point? UNHCR and MIT are seeking for concrete solutions for a problem that has been increasing on a daily basis, there is no sound of quick breakwaters but only sandbags.  



Your technological proposal and digital solution to be successful for the stakeholders it has to be matched with at least 7 different more objective solutions that evoke other factors based on factual information on the ground. I do think that, perhaps yourself you are already a winner but I care of intertwined solutions and proposals that would be picked to attenuate at an adequate scale future complex problems of these displaced children, adolescents and young adults that would stay without universal education because their current environment is not sustainable for the applicability of conventional education. We cannot reinvent the wheels but there are solutions, in essence yours sounds a bit competitive to be applied in Europe properly, included North and South Americas, Sir! However, it needs improvement to get it applied in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, included inside Syria itself for internal displaced people. What type of improvement, I mean? Just figure it out given it is your proposal!



In essence all these questions of yours are really wise but who are going to answer them based on practicability so this is where the line of reasoning is.  How easy it might be for a refugee in Berlin to answer them? How easy it might be for a peer (refugee) in Lebanon to answer these same questions?



“We just want to respond the life project questions of a displaced human being, as usual”.  Perhaps every single Syrian refugee kid want to be accepted in Germany. How many are they?  However, there is no more room in many European countries, perhaps where they are a bit more rooms in the western world nonetheless there is a “triage framework system ingrained and in force”, it won’t be changed under no circumstances. So what do you think?



Paradoxically, your proposal is 50% innovative, I believe if it is consciously applied adequately where it ought to be.



In reality for the next 3 to 7 years all these concerned refugee kids and young adults displaced within Syria itself, included Turkey –Syria bordering regions, Lebanon as well, and further Jordan will mandatorily and swiftly need a type of “culturally-democratic and peace-making education” to staunch a big wave of radicalisation.  How? It is a combined expert question which is beyond a simplistic technological question so it is legal, cultural, geopolitical, financial, economic, linguistic and ethnically-religious as well. Not because it is technologically innovative so ready go! Where exactly?   Do you know what type of economy is on the ground? It is a war-typed economy although not on purpose but because of war-typed circumstances.



I am not mistaken that UNESCO does know a bit what types of education is possible on the ground. Further they are ready to do their best for these displaced kids so I do appreciate that.



Perhaps, you should have changed the name of your topic and introduction by replacing it and putting in “culturally-democratic and peace-making education” for young displaced Syrians to give hope against eventual non-stopped radicalization.  What type of technological factor, yours can be one of them and further how to consider other main factors to make it a reality at 65 to 78%?  How to finance the project and where the funds will be coming from traditionally speaking? ….  I do not say 80% we must learn how to tell the truth because a war zone is similar to a “NIGO financial document for investment” that is, NIGO it defines as “NOT IN GOOD ORDER so it cannot be processed and set up until the problem is legally solved”, a sort of metaphor, perhaps you like the concept of similarity.  



There is no problem that MIT judges can give their consent to your project proposal but one will have the obligation to explain clearly how it will be feasible geopolitically, legally, socially, etc. therefore it has to be intertwined with other applied solutions in that same context. It has to be an education that will help these displaced young Syrians, (gender mainstream as to be considered as well) to go back home and rebuild their devastated country although it might take time but that might the main goals of it. We are speaking about Damascus and Alepo, Sir!



On other point at issue is that what is legal in Turkey, it is not the same in the Lebanon. Why would it be the same in Jordan?  That is, you can attain the fashion to get your project financed but what will be happening if the legal and geopolitical proclivities are not raised in advance so it will be a failure, not even trade-off will be possible “Your technological Project Risk Mismanagement “that is, you will win but the Stakeholders will be the biggest losers unless … Figure it out!!!  Believe it or not I am trying to be on the side of the UNHCR and the displaced children and young people inside Syria, Turkey border, Lebanon and Jordan. 



At the end of day, your proposal is still competitive and it can be applied very well in OECD countries.



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@ACHE2006: Thx again for all Your valuable input. I really do care about it!



As I need more time to think about all the aspectsYou describe in terms of my proposal, this is just a first quick reply.



You wrote that You care of intertwined solutions and proposals that would be picked to attenuate at an adequate scale future complex problems of these displaced children.And that is what I care about, too.



And I want to use the technology (which is what is asked for in the challenge) to help solve this problem, that is really urgent for young people in those regions. The time that is lost for education for them now is hard to catch up again at a later time. Time matters!



A backbone for such an intertwined solution is right what I propose. It is the cognitive computing part of the solution that adds that features and possibilities to the platform that it can be quite easily intertwined with all sorts of other solutions.



Therefore the platform is able to deal with all sorts of input to built the context and support decisions based on this different context. Input may be structured (f.e. from databases) or unstructured (f.r. from text like reports, e-mails). What I propose is the concept of the smart talent & education profile and a set of data sources and products to form the core.



And than based on the decision where to use the platform, other information, like the different regulations in different countries, can be added. Because a solution that works under circumstances A might not work under circumstances B. And again the cognitive computing platform that is part of my proposal helps us get around this problem. It helps us with pattern recognition when it comes to complex context, where we humans can easily loose track. And it identifies patterns we humans might not have recognized.The platform is able to learn as well. When a working solution is found for a certain scenario this success is learned and it is multiplied and suggested at a higher ranked for other people, even if they are far away. So the the technology helps to bridge the distances as well.



I want to give my time and engagement to help built a piece for the solution of the puzzle. Where ever it can be implemented to be useful is good. So applying it to scenarios in OECD countries like You suggested, is something I could think of, too.  



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I have known Adrian for over a year. He is smart, informed, and well-connected. He has identified a deep problem and a very innovative and sustainable solution.



I work for Knack, and am happy to work with Adrian from the Knack side in order to provide scale-able skill and talent assessment (via mobile video games, see www.knack.it)



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I know Adrian for many years and I appreciate his way of approaching new topics. This is a promising idea and a good approach to tackle the future social challenges. The integration of young refugees into the world of work will be one of the core issues that will affect our society for the coming years.



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Students need education.i think this solution leads to skill development rather than providing education as a whole.Good way to increase their skills and help them enjoy what they like.But basic education is must.If a child doesn't love maths doesn't mean he shouldn't be taught basic arithmetic.Basics are necessary.



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How does your proposed solution addresses the problem/issue? Does it try to solve a problem? 



From what I've read in your description and these comments, it sounds like you are trying to provide publicity to Knack, the company, and make money, not even addressing the refugee problem. 



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@jaw97: In my solution the Knack components are only one part. There are other tools like Kenexa, ioxp and Watson.



My solution deals with building a smart talent & education profile on a cognitive computing platform. So the data that is used for that can have many origins. Can be structured or unstructured data.



But if there is no data available, the Knack tools provide one way to gather information that is needed to choose education modules that help in the situation the refugee is in.



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@epraneeth3: My solution is trying to built a smart talent & skill profile on a cognitive platform. Education is a way to develop talents and skills. The smart talent & skill profile helps answer the question which education module is right for the circumstances the refugee is currently in (context) and towards which goal the talents & skills should be developed.



 



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Maybe an other example of new ways to learn and educate, that will be possible on such a cognitive platform is helpful. Here is one provided by the IBM on the Watson platform, that is part of the solution my challenge entry describes:


https://youtu.be/IvGxilm_BPo




My solution is based on the "outthink" mantra - use new technology to built smart solutions that do help to "measure, monitor, and achieve quality learning, especially to overcome resource limitations, language barriers, and geographic challenges".



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@jaw97 - Forwarded message from Guy Halftek, CEO of Knack:



>> Adrian, you can add that we provide Knack to refugees, refugee centers, and training centers for free.



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I like the approach for collecting the information on how screening and evaluation will be conducted. It seems there is a broad assumption that everyone has a cell phone, there is tower service, and they are continuously able to purchase minutes to keep the cells phones active. 



The question for me is about the delivery. So you have some kind of screening process that tells one they can teach certain subjects, skills or abilities and now what? Is it expected students have a searchable portal for welding skills, or algebra and then a name and face pops up?  Do I contact potential teachers through the app to set up a schooling appt? Is there a central organizer? Is there a place to meet? How do I gain access to tools for teaching be it whiteboards and pens, or computer tools? Is there a central teaching zone created in camps? How do you screen for potentially abusive or biased situations?  



I think that you are on to something with the screening process, but I also worry about the delivery. 



Goo luck with your project



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@SolidStategal: Thank You for Your input! It is very helpful, especially to learn about aspects in my proposal description that need a little more explanation.



You mention the question of delivery. And that is an aspect I am well aware of. In a "save & sound environment" it is very easy to choose among different delivery methods if the education module that "fits best" is identified.



But a warzone is not a "save & sound" environment - and this aspect will to be taken into account by the solution I propose. The limiting factors of delivery are part of the context that have to be considered.



So the process of identifying appropriate individual education modules includes the step to prove that they can be delivered. To choose an educational module that would be right but cannot be delivered the way so that the refugee can access it would be pretty useless.



When selecting the components that make up the smart talent & education platform they have to be available for smartphones and tablets. That means all the components should be "location transparent" so that they don't become the bottleneck for the solution.



I tried to address this aspect of the challenge when You look at "components that deliver information appropriately" in  this graphic I supplied:



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Intelligence difference!



Hi Adrian, Hope you are in good health and mood. The rule of thumb should be intelligence which should dominate the ruling of skills. Intelligence if high should be used in idea formation and work even through translation by supporting members or softwares. A check on intelligence can be varied. It can be based on solving real life problem and therefore the person with ideas and experience can be a psychologist or counsellor. Someone who could solve tough logical problems should be absorbed in more questions from university labs in search of ideas. Research being conducted in all research labs of the world should be presented in easy translated form with simple and tough logical questions. The people who answer should be absorbed as idea generators or old age people as experience giving agents. Etc. What do you think? Thank you!





Talent in a specific task as a reason for enrolment in paid training and then job



Many different categories of tasks shall be posted. Practically from every discipline. 1. Interest, 2. intelligence, 3. skill and 4. experience - shall be evaluated during the completion of tasks. A set of talented output in a specific category of work shall be the reason to achieve paid training with a future potential job or business opportunity. Thank you. In short: The quality of present work (with minimal learning) shall determine the potential for a future good job.



 



 



What if another Einstein or Newton is lost in the world of knowledge and skills - at the war front 



Intelligence be detected! Intelligence be screened! Intelligence be subjected to special treatment from the point of knowing its place. The first and foremost approach should be to detect and screen intelligence in the mind of an individual. Answering questions to real problems from basics to advanced level of logic - can be of great help! Universities and industries should present the research questions they keep thinking of. Practically in every discipline. The intelligence mind will certainly contribute good and get detected well! Intelligence is that millions of dollar industry which should be stopped first and foremost from getting lost in the dust of any war! Thank you!



 



 



 



 



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Group help! Group reunion! Group engagement! Group support! Group learning!



i live in India and have known many Muslims through close interaction.



i think after knowing the level of learning attained they should be connected to the group of other people of the same community with related knowledge and learning experiences. Ability to communicate with like minds and rehearse and practice learning then that may be just online also helps a lot!



Thank you!



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wow, very interesting comments in here already. took me quite a while to go through it.



 



 



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in essence the Refugee challenge is real tough, since one of the major problems is the provisioning for a "solution" that can be applied "in the war-zone". Having no access, no money, no help basically kills every solution in the first place...



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Education is a luxury problem, when it comes to the challenge of "survival".



Obviously the discussion here made totally clear, that there cannot be a "one shot easy" solution... furthermore the challenge is "big" and has to b analyzed (decomposed) into smaller bits to solve them step by step...



And here comes what I like with Mr. Voglers solution: its about "intelligence first"

That means, first collect the information, make data out of it which can be analyzed, even automatically analyzed. 





The obvious lack of information is the biggest risk for the "easy solutions" so all of what is done by Mr. Voglers solution is minimizing risk factors, that the easy indented kinds of help really arrive at the refugee. Because it analysis first, and the result is the most feasible probability to help effectively.



And of course, this intelligence has to start an OECD country. It is us in OECD countries who have the resources, the knowledge and the capabilities to help. What would be a "Help yourself refugee" as a kind of solution?



 



 



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It is our responsibility to integrate the corporates with the right technology, not only to guide bombs but also to help after the bombs did their disasters. I think it is Corporate Social Responsibility to bring the "solution" to the people, and not the people to the solution. And yes, the solution will cost a lot of money, but not a tenth of the money spend to create the war zones.



Just think a little about my 2 cents...



 



(sorry for the many comments... why ever in one it did not take it....



it told me: 

Preparing for submission...Your entry contains disallowed words. Please remove offensive words before saving again Close)



Whatever that means?



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"Stop the Distraction of Unwanted Studies /  PAUSEWATCH" Author. I was inspired by a contribution here that made me remember this idea. After reading your comment on mine ("Stop the Distraction of Unwanted Studies /  PAUSEWATCH"). I was trying to remember if it was yours that inspired me to remember the proposition I wrote so many years ago. I decided to compare dates of origins of both, and noticed that yours was done after mine. Then I don't remember which contribution inspired me to remember the proposition. Sorry if we clashed. I will read contribution to see if anything is alike at all, between ours. How did you see mine? What made you find and read it? I feel It's the pitch. I also feel it may be some other reason. After reading some of your contribution, I realized that mine and yours are opposites. Your schema is to look for people's talent. My contribution schema is to let people find their own talent by choosing what they desire. Ours are opposite because your contribution is inductive in execution and presentation and my contribution is deductive in execution and presentation. While mine is deductive in execution and presentation, and your contribution is inductive in execution and presentation; I don't know why mine is dated as being created before yours, because I think I was inspired by your idea or a similar idea presented as a contribution.



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"Stop the Distraction of Unwanted Studies /  PAUSEWATCH" Author. I was inspired by a contribution here that made me remember this idea. After reading your comment on mine ("Stop the Distraction of Unwanted Studies /  PAUSEWATCH"). I was trying to remember if it was yours that inspired me to remember the proposition I wrote so many years ago. I decided to compare dates of origins of both, and noticed that yours was done after mine. Then I don't remember which contribution inspired me to remember the proposition. Sorry if we clashed. I will read contribution to see if anything is alike at all, between ours. How did you see mine? What made you find and read it? I feel It's the pitch. I also feel it may be some other reason.



After reading some of your contribution, I realized that mine and yours are opposites. Your schema is to look for people's talent. My contribution schema is to let people find their own talent by choosing what they desire. Ours are opposite because your contribution is inductive in execution and presentation and my contribution is deductive in execution and presentation. While mine is deductive in execution and presentation, and your contribution is inductive in execution and presentation; I don't know why mine is dated as being created before yours, because I think I was inspired by your idea or a similar idea presented as a contribution.



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I liked the idea of knack.it . I played it myself and the results were good in accuracy. Good idea and nice tools. 



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Microsoft is a good company and a project involving their product can be considered to be competent for any competition. 



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@PAUSEWATCH: I think I can solve the riddle with the submission date. I edited my solution several times to be more clear and precise. While doing so the date that is shown was altered, too.



@ektatraders1: Maybe You should have a closer look at the solution. Microsoft is not delivering any tools for it right now. The cognitive computing foundation is built upon IBM Watson.



A "Thank You for all Your support up until now!" I want to send to all my contacts at the IBM Research Lab in Rueschlikon and keeo Your fingers crossed!



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I was talking about the Watson software and the cognitive computing aspect of Your proposal. I got confused between Microsoft and IBM company. I understand it is IBM that Watson belongs to. Thanks for the correction. I appreciate it.



 



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Super solution that indeed complements ours --- 



we wish you and your team much luck!



Steven



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I support it because of knack and Watson being used in it. It is an excellent way to know about talents.



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After a highly productive discussion with Adrian Vogler, we've decided that our two project proposals can indeed work in a complementary fashion.  We look forward to working with Mr. Vogler and his resources, and even possibly combining our proposals.





 







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Thx, Nth. Looking forward to what we can develop together. Best, Adrian



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From a practical point of view: We are looking for employees for our company. The regular job market is almost empty.  We invested three years in the education of a trainee that left us immediately after his final examination. We would also try it with refugees, but have neither the experience to estimate the need for training or rather the aptitude, nor the budget for experiments with uncertain results. It would be a great support for us if anyone would previously check and promote the job candidates. Mesh their profiles with our needs? Do they know what we expect and do they really want to do the job? What is the concrete need for training?I worked together with Adrian in several projects over about 10 years. I found a personality characterized by profound knowledge and wide experience in human resources development, well-organized, following his goals.I like the idea, presume Adrian to know which approaches work in the 'real world' and how to put into practice.Adrian, good luck! Fortune favours the bold.



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wow - great solution - would be excellent if we can develop it further ... together with the German Red Cross, IBM, many asylum support organizations we can pilot and rollout in Germany very fast. Thanks Adrian. My fingers are crossed. Regards Sven


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