Non-techies now try their hands at data, AI tech
Digital technology training was once the realm of tech service company employees. But now, online and offline training course providers in this field have seen non-tech industry participation increasing to almost 40% of enrolments. Five to six digital training course providers now attract 20,000 to 30,000 candidates every year.
‘Coursera For Campus’ to enhance reach of Coursera’s online courses
Coursera’s 2019 Global Skills Index found that two-thirds of the world’s ...
IIM Calcutta to offer MasterTrack certificate programs through Coursera
These programmes on Coursera will be IIM Calcutta’s first offerings t...
These CXOs wanna go back to school again
With an emergence of AI across the world, technologies like machine learning (ML), blockchain, and data analytics are immensely gaining popularity especially among corporate leaders and entrepreneurs, owing to its increasing importance in business.
IIM Calcutta to soon offer online courses in management science, supply chain analytic
The prestigious B-school has partnered with Coursera, a global online learning platform, to launch the courses which will be delivered fully online.
India lags peers in tech skills: Coursera study
Out of 60 countries, India ranks 50 in business, 44 in tech and 51 in data science skillsets in the Global Skills Index: 2019 report.
Piracy is a tough code to crack for Edtech firms
Developers and professionals sharing paid content from sites among their peer networks for others to take courses for free.
Tech companies go for edtech tie-ups to get that ready workforce
Companies are tying up with edtech partners to have a ready-trained workforce they can deploy on projects.
Coursera to introduce course on Artificial Intelligence
The course will be taught by Andrew Ng, one of the foremost researchers in Artificial Intelligence.
Startups have an upskill task to build & retain talent
The key areas where such upskilling is taking place are machine learning, artificial intelligence, full stack, Internet of Things, blockchain and data science.
180 Indians graduate in Python programming every week: Coursera professor
Both technology products and services companies have started tweaking their hiring processes to give opportunities to science and other graduates.
Coursera partners with University of Toronto to launch unique specialisation in making self-driving cars
The first course launched on January 30 which will be followed by other in the series launching during the course of the current year.
90% of developing economies are lagging in critical skills: Report
To help learners bridge the knowledge divide in India, Coursera is launching 10,000 scholarships for technology, data science, and business courses to learners
Wattpad and Times Bridge announce partnership to expand former's India presence
The partnership will help Wattpad to grow its local community of readers and writers.
Blockchain startups face skill shortage, opt for freelancers
While India has 1,500-2,000 blockchain professionals, only 200-400 are actually skilled in the core architecture, experts said.
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