Webinar ‘Lifelong Development & Digitization

New technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) are going to bring about a major change within organizations. How do you, as an organization, make sure you don’t lag behind these developments, and how do you enthuse your employees to learn more about them? What is the impact of these developments on the future of our work and especially what does this require (digital) skills from our employees?

The webinar is meant for HR managers and employers, who want to (better) use the opportunities of new technologies, such as AI, within their organization. It provides insight into these questions and offers concrete tools that you, and your employees, can work with afterwards.

This online meeting is freely accessible. After registration you will receive a confirmation via the online platform of ECP. The webinar is in Dutch.

More information about the workgroup can be found on this page.

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Building blocks

The NL AIC collaborates on the necessary common knowledge and expertise, resulting in five themes, also called building blocks. Those are important for a robust impact in economic and social sectors.


AI is a generic technology that is ultimately applicable in all sectors. For the development of knowledge and experience in the use of AI in the Netherlands, it is essential to focus on specific industries that are relevant to our country. These industries can achieve excellent results, and knowledge and experience that can be leveraged for application in other sectors.

Become a participant

The Netherlands AI Coalition is convinced that active collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders is essential to stimulate and connect initiatives in Artificial Intelligence. Within fields of expertise and with other stakeholders in the ecosystem to achieve the most significant result possible in the development and application of AI in the Netherlands. Representatives from the business community (large, small, start-up), government, research and educational institutions and civil society organisations can participate.
Interested? For more information, see the page about participation.