Business training is still a new concept, but a new way of training people to work is being created.
This new way is called a bespoke business training program, and it uses the latest techniques and technologies to teach people the skills to get the job.
It is being developed by a team of scientists from the University of Waterloo and is being presented today at the conference in Zurich.
The research, published in the journal Science Advances, used two-stage models of people to help train them to work for a company.
In the first stage, participants were shown how to make a website.
In the second stage, they were shown a video of a company’s chief executive.
Participants who worked on the website were taught how to use a website’s business and management tools, and how to manage their own social media profiles.
The second stage included a video where the participants watched a presentation about a bespecified company.
They were shown videos of the chief executive, the CEO, the CFO and their staff, and were shown questions to ask to learn about the company.
Participants were also taught about the team behind the company and how the organisation works.
Participant’s first task was to build a website and deliver it to a customer.
The team had to use Google’s Content Management System to generate content for the website.
The site was to include a user interface for customers to browse the site.
Participateers were then shown videos about the CEO and his team.
Finally, they watched a video about the CTO and his staff.
Participating in a bespecialised business training programme is not new.
Some countries have tried to teach businesses how to get work, for example in China.
But the new research is the first time that a team has built an actual bespoke training programme, and that is a significant achievement.
Participation is a major step for this project, which has been developed with the support of the Centre for Applied Computational Intelligence and Innovation, an institute of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, and is funded by the Swiss government.
“This is a really exciting, high-impact project,” said Dr Sarah Hausmann, a lecturer in the department of computer science at the University, who was not involved in the research.
A bespoke program can involve people being taught to think differently and be more creative, she said.
“There’s something very positive about having a bespectacled person who can actually see a business from a different perspective.
This is a real milestone in the history of computer vision.”