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IISc announces PG Level Deep Learning Specialization programme

Bangalore, January 7

The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and TalentSprint today announced the launch of a PG level Advanced Certification Programme in Deep Learning.

This 10-month executive education programme is best suited for aspiring and practicing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning professionals who want to build expertise in Deep Learning and master applications in speech, text, image and video, including hardware optimization.

A team of 10+ interdisciplinary faculty from IISc and TalentSprint will teach participants through live and interactive online classes and mentor them as they learn hands-on through curated industry capstones, including the option of bringing their own projects. The program will enable participants to establish a portfolio that demonstrates their learnings. Enrolments for the first cohort are open now and classes will commence in March 2021. 

Story Highlights

  •  According to a report by Grand View Research, the global Deep Learning market is expected to reach USD 10.2 billion by 2025. Improvements in algorithms and advancements in Deep Learning chipsets are driving this growth. Deep Learning is penetrating various sectors at an unprecedented speed, including financial services, healthcare, software, retail, manufacturing, etc. It is being used in investment modeling, fraud detection, designing autonomous cars, virtual assistants, super-computing, customer relationship management (CRM) systems, facial recognition systems, among others. Deep Learning will continue to make an impact in both professional and personal spaces and create several job opportunities.

Eligibility: Education: Graduation (four years or equivalent)

Work Experience: Minimum 1 year

Coding Experience : Programming knowledge required

The Advanced Certification Program in Deep Learning is open for applications for the first cohort, which starts in March 2021.

Check Out: Link to know more and apply.

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