Founded in 2019, and funded in part by AI industry leaders, the WFF is currently building the infrastructure to both:
- Support and augment successful workforce development efforts
- Develop an innovative community focused on displaced workers where members can develop, fund and launch new ideas of their own
In this early stage of our journey, we are currently looking to partner with:
Existing workforce development/training programs that have a proven track record of success
- Other nonprofits and advocacy groups focused on this and related issues, and
- Businesses that are powering all aspects of workplace automation
As the current wave of automation only grows, the number of workers negatively affected is growing as well. We can help these displaced workers transition to their next area of vitality (whatever that may be).