ARTiBA’s credentialing mechanism is hinged to the ARTiBA AI & ML Design & Engineering Excellence Framework (AMDEX™ Release: 15-1.3) and the AiE™ certification exam is aligned to the ARTiBA Artificial Intelligence Body of Knowledge (AI-BoK), derived from AMDEX™.
The ARTiBA AI-BoK Ver.15-1.2 is aligned to the ARTiBA AMDEX™ Release: 15-1.3 – a state-of-the-art and scientific knowledge standards framework for engineering and application development roles in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The ARTiBA AI-BoK guides the development of learning curricula and content for academic and professional learning programs in Ai engineering.
Exam for the AIE™ certification carries questions from the knowledge areas and topics etc., contained in the latest version of ARTiBA AI-BoK™ Ver.15-1.2. In all, nearly 100 critical subject areas are covered in ARTiBA exams, covering all aspects of Ai engineering and application development.
ARTiBA AMDEX™ Release: 15-1.3 knowledge framework is widely considered the industry leading, research-curated professional excellence assurance model in Ai engineering today. It enunciates the architecture of essential knowledge areas for Ai engineers and technologists.
The ARTiBA AMDEX™ framework standardizes what Ai engineers need to know, understand, and be able to do as AiE™ credential holders. It serves as a benchmark for training companies, workforce development agencies, higher-education institutions, universities, business schools, and colleges around the world to calibrate their Ai learning and training programs.
Benchmarked to the market and industry needs the ARTiBA AMDEX™ Release: 15-1.3 serves as a reliable global standards-framework for helping follow an open-source learning approach that encourages engineers go multiplatform and vendor-neutral in their skillsets and knowledge.
The CRIC, formed of leading international researchers, thinkers, practitioners, and influencers in the domain of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and others, validates and accredits all ARTiBA frameworks, standards, credentialing policies, and certification exam structure and procedures. CRIC’s quarterly audits, reviews, and recommendations help keep the ARTiBA knowledge body on Artificial Intelligence current, updated, and marked-to-industry.
CRIC's chief responsibilities include spearheading research on emerging and disruptive Artificial Intelligence trends and impacts on professional knowledge requirements; industry validation of ARTiBA credentials and related exam-curricula, prescribing and advising on training and content-related issues.
The ARTiBA credential remains constantly and comprehensively marked-to-industry. CRIC’s ongoing research tabs trend in six major global business geographies, sweeping across continents, economies, and geo-political zones. The AMDEX™ framework as well as the ARTiBA Certification exam curricula undergo regular updates, upgrades, and adjustments in terms of knowledge areas covered; assessment mechanisms deployed; and professional role-needs addressed to ensure ARTiBA stays mapped to the skills, knowledge and talent needs of the Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning community internationally. CRIC manages the ARTiBA credentialing ecosystem deploying three principles of Pan-Vertical, Cross-Sectoral Relevance & Suitability, Geographic-Independence & worldwide Applicability alongside Platform & Technology Neutrality.
While Platform & Technology Neutrality ensures that ARTiBA validates and credentials professional capacities, promise, and potential of professionals without any bias for specific technology platforms or digital solution vendors; the Pan-Vertical, Cross-Sectoral Relevance & Suitability principle assures industry that the ARTiBA credentialed professional can work equally well across the product-service, business-social, and SME-large divides. The fact that ARTiBA Credentials are available around the world punctuates the Geographic-Independence & Pan-World Applicability advantage for professionals and companies in every region.