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NASSCOM introduces FutureSkills, a free course on AI

NASSCOM introduces FutureSkills, a free course on AI

Time wasted is time lost. To make most of the time useful during the lockdown, and in an effort to provide an amazing opportunity for individuals to upgrade their emerging tech skills, including artificial intelligence, NASSCOM has launched a free course on artificial intelligence, in collaboration with the Union IT Ministry.

With a vision to improve artificial intelligence know-how among all individuals in the country, NASSCOM online course FutureSkills, a learning platform for the IT industry, powered by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), launched this initiative where the NASSCOM is offering on-demand courseware, which would allow individuals to upgrade themselves till May 15th.

Debjani Ghosh, the president of NASSCOM said, “While we continue to fight these challenges as a nation, amid lockdown and remote working scenarios, it is imperative that we continue harnessing our skill sets on emerging technologies to become future-ready.”

NASSCOM FutureSkills has designed the artificial intelligence course by curating deep learning programmes for their partner ecosystem and is aligned to the industry’s recommended Foundation AI curriculum. This course has been made available for free on the industry body’s website for all users.

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