INSEAD partners with Singularity University for new cutting-edge programme

Singularity University

INSEAD announces partnership with Singularity University for experiential courses building executive education offerings

INSEAD and Singularity University (SU) have entered a strategic partnership to co-develop a series of intensive and immersive executive learning programmes. The two schools will conduct joint research to encourage and educate future global leaders who will transform business and society.

Singularity University (SU) is a global community with a mission to educate and empower leaders to apply technology to tackle humanity’s grand challenges. SU’s mission aligns perfectly with that of INSEAD to be a force for good in the world. 

The learning programme series titled, “Future of X: Seizing the Opportunity,” will outline and examine X, the most pertinent world-scale issues in technology and the world, the first X being artificial intelligence and machine learning. Faculty-led activities, hands-on workshops with emerging technologies and interactive experiences enable the students to really understand in depth and gain the ability to apply it in the real world.

“Upon completion, participants will be equipped with knowledge, new ideas and skills they can immediately use to seize concrete opportunities to drive real change in their organizations and communities,”

Peter Zemsky, Deputy Dean and Dean of Innovation at INSEAD.

The series begins January 2020 with its very first programme, “The Future of AI: Seizing the Opportunity.” Participants will spend over four days in Silicon Valley personally navigating through the transformational effects of AI on their organisation and the world.

“Leveraging our respective faculty and expertise, INSEAD and SU are uniquely positioned to develop leaders who can drive positive change in the world,”

Kyle Nel, Executive Vice President of SU’s Uncommon Partners Lab.



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