Great Learning, a leading global edtech company for higher and professional education is hosting a webinar for working professionals and fresh graduates who are looking to explore opportunities in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. The webinar will provide an overview of the current AI/ML landscape and applications, discuss career paths, types of jobs in AI/ML, and key skills required to crack them. This engaging live session will be followed by a Q/A round with Mr. Mukesh Rao (Director - Data Science & ML, Great Learning).
The scheduled session will throw light on how the PG Program in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning offered by the University of Texas at Austin can help advance your career.
This session will be conducted from 7:00pm IST, on September 30, 2022.
Registration Link for the Webinar (Free) - https://bit.ly/3r5iKR
About Great Learning
Great Learning, a part of the BYJU'S group, the world’s largest edtech company, is a leading global ed-tech company for professional and higher education. It offers comprehensive, industry-relevant programs across various cutting-edge Technology, Data, and Business domains. Great Learning's programs are developed in collaboration with the world's foremost academic institutions like Deakin University, Stanford Graduate School of Business, MIT Professional Education, The University of Texas at Austin, Wharton Online, National University Singapore, University of Arizona, IIT Madras, IIT Bombay, IIT Roorkee, IIIT-Delhi, Shiv Nadar University, and Great Lakes Institute of Management and are constantly reimagined and revamped to address the dynamic needs of the industry. Great Learning provides these programs in a blended and purely online mode, relying on its vast network of expert mentors and highly qualified faculty to deliver an unmatched learning experience for learners the world over. Great Learning is on a mission to enable transformative learning and career success in the digital economy for professionals and students across the globe and to date has impacted over 5.7 million+ learners from over 170 countries.
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