Epignosis’ CEO, Nikhil Arora, Invited to Speak on “The Transformative Power of AI” Panel at The Delphi Economic Forum

DELPHI, April 19, 2024 – Epignosis’ CEO, Nikhil Arora, was invited to speak about the future of learning technology and skilling on a panel titled, “The Transformative Power of AI,” at this year’s Delphi Economic Forum. The forum is an annual gathering that unites cross-sector leaders to promote sustainable and socially responsible growth policies for Europe, the wider Eastern Mediterranean and Greece.

Reflecting on the changing landscape of the workplace, Arora highlighted the increasing prevalence of remote work and the growing dependence on external workers, predicting that 44% of employees will require reskilling by 2027, according to the World Economic Forum.

Arora shared his insights on how AI is revolutionizing learning accessibility and its profound impact on the global workforce. Epignosis’s CEO highlighted that of the global workforce of 3.4 billion people only 5% are employed by large enterprises. The remaining workforce are freelancers, individual contractors, employees working in SMBs or Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). He emphasized the role and opportunity AI has to streamline and democratize learning, making it more personalized, flexible, and real-time, thus empowering small businesses, freelancers and individual contractors worldwide.

“AI is kind of breaking that wall of who can have access to learning and who cannot,” underlined Arora.

In his closing remarks, Epignosis’s CEO underscored the significance of learning in fostering purpose and inspiration, essential elements for human motivation. 

“People want to feel a deep sense of purpose and connection in life, which is the single motivator for humanity. As we examine those innate desires – and in the context of digitalization and employer-employee relationships – AI has the ability to accelerate this path and bring the power of learning to life in incredibly meaningful ways. Envisioning a future where AI is leveraged to democratize learning, through personalization, flexibility and on-demand access, can empower the global workforce that propels mega brands and SMBs — truly revolutionizing human potential, productivity and impact.”

The Forum took place on April 10-13 in Delphi, Greece and featured over 1,000 participants from various countries and diverse backgrounds. The panel was organized by Endeavor Greece and was moderated by Andreas Stavropoulos of Threshold Ventures, the panel featured distinguished experts and industry leaders, including Constantinos Daskalakis, Professor at MIT and Head of the Greek National Committee for Artificial Intelligence, Victor Trokoudes of Plum, Irina Obushtarova from The Recursive, Michael Petychakis of Orfium, and Elias Vyzas from EY Greece. Together, they explored AI’s transformative potential and its implications for sustainable growth policies in Europe and beyond.

About Epignosis

Epignosis is a leading global software house in learning tech and trusted by over 22 million people in more than 160 countries worldwide. With a mission to democratize learning for companies of all shapes and sizes across the globe, its portfolio includes TalentLMS – a zero-overhead cloud LMS for SMBs, TalentLibrary – an on-demand library of ready-made courses, eFront – an enterprise learning management platform, TalentCards – a mobile app for training the deskless workforce and TalentHR– an all-in-one HRIS to manage people operations. Epignosis’s suite of software solutions is used by SMBs and global enterprises including Google, the United Nations, Schneider Electric, eBay, LVMH, ISUZU, Epson, Zalora, and HarperCollins Publishers, and many more. For more information, visit www.epignosishq.com.