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Bamini Jayabalasingham

Senior Product Manager - Elsevier

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Dr. Bamini Jayabalasingham is a Ph.D trained researcher with experience conducting evaluations to support evidence based policy and program changes at the federal and municipal level. She is experienced managing teams to coordinate program evaluations, policy implementation, strategic planning, and data analyses to assess underlying factors (e.g. socioeconomic, infectious disease, funding policies) contributing to health and economic outcomes.
In her current role as Senior Product Manager with Elsevier’s Analytical Services, she has responsibility for developing analytical products using bibliometric data to support the strategic planning needs of clients in academia and government. Projects she has worked on include Alzheimer’s disease research insights: impacts, trends, opportunities and The researcher journey through a gender lens.
Prior to joining Elsevier she held positions as Health Science Administrator at the Office of Research on Women’s Health, US National Institutes of Health, and Science Policy Analyst at the Public Health Agency of Canada.

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Data highlight: Using live data on Al jobs and skills

Data highlight: Using live data on Al jobs and skills

February 6, 2021clock30 mins

As AI diffusion and adoption evolve apace, timely data on AI jobs and skills can help inform policy. The OECD will launch a set of new indicators and interactive visualisations showing demand for AI jobs and skills by country, AI skills penetration and migration, women in AI R&D, AI software development skills and more. This session will feature a short demonstration of new interactive datasets available on the OECD’s AI Policy Observatory (OECD.AI), followed by an exchange with OECD.AI data partners.

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