Boeing is investing in one of the world’s most innovative digital education providers.

California’s Singularity University (SU) provides tailored programmes and incubators focussed on frontier technologies. And Boeing is collaborating with it to explore training options for its employees, as well as to share Boeing’s technical expertise with SU.

“Curiosity and innovation are at the core of who we are and what we do at Boeing. SU shares our commitment to continuous learning that empowers people to solve complex, global challenges; and their work with transformative technologies represent potential game changers in the way we develop as individuals and work together as teams,” explained Bethany Tate Cornell, vice president, Leadership, Learning and Organizational Capability at Boeing.

SU offers bespoke courses and corporate training in areas such as artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and robotics. It has a global network of companies, entrepreneurs, governments, academic institutions – across 100 countries – within its global community.

On the partnership with Boeing, SU’s CEO, Rob Nail added: “Boeing’s commitment to continuous learning and innovation aligns with SU’s mission to educate individuals and organisations globally on how to use exponential technologies to tackle humanity’s grand challenges. At SU, we see that the world’s biggest problems are also often the biggest business opportunities, so we are extremely excited to partner with companies like Boeing that have the capabilities to make a true difference at scale.”