The industries Autodesk serves are changing. As a result, our customers will need to learn new skills to adapt to these changes. With this in mind, Autodesk is developing a learning engine based on cognitive science and the needs of our customers.
The Autodesk Learning Engine is a tool-based platform that helps you navigate your career using rich visualizations and sophisticated data analytics. It shows you what you know, don’t know, and need to know to thrive. It is sort of like Generative Design for Learning. The Learning Engine helps people visualize what they know and guides them towards skills that will be valuable in the future by providing in-app tutorials, mentor matching, and in-app recognitions. The Learning Engine uses machine learning to accelerate human learning.
You can learn more about the Autodesk Learning Engine at Autodesk University:
Tuesday, November 19
- 8:30-10am - AFW341384 - Join the In-Product Recognition Pilot for Fusion 360 - Toscana 3805, Level 3
- 10-12pm - AFW329772 - AU General Session – Hall D, Level 2
- 4:30-5:30pm - AFW320293 - Theater Talk - Generative Cognition and Building Creative Capacity - AU Theater
Wednesday, November 20
- 9:15-10:15am - AFW344131 - Everyone has a Hero’s Journey. What’s Yours? - Lido 3101B, Level 3
- 3-4:30pm - AFW341384 - Join the In-Product Recognition Pilot for Fusion 360 - Toscana 3805, Level 3
- 4:30-5:30pm - AFW331641 - Peace, Love, and Sustainability Design Slam - Venetian C, Level 2
Thursday, November 21
- 1:30-3pm - AFW344111 - Research Workshop - Mid-career Moments & Next Chapters - Toscana 3806, Level 3
Autodesk has always been an automation company. Today, more than ever, that means helping our customers automate their design and make processes. We help them embrace the future of making, where they can do more (e.g., quantity, functionality, performance, quality), with less (e.g., energy, raw materials, timeframes, waste of human potential), and realize the opportunity for better (e.g., innovation, user experience, efficiency, sustainability, return on investment). To take advantage of the opportunity for better requires learning, and Autodesk is working on that too.
Learning is alive in the lab.