Microsoft’s online AI courses are now available for all


Radu Tyrsina
by Radu Tyrsina
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The number of the companies which become interested in AI is on the rise, and these are offering people more and more ways to build advanced AI skills. This will turn out useful for both individuals who are looking forward to working in the tech industry and companies who need more AI experts.

Microsoft expands its Professional Program with AI courses

Microsoft offers more public courses included in its Professional Program. These include an AI track which is open to everyone interested, and it includes nine online courses. Each one of the courses takes between 8 to 16 hours to complete, and there’s also a final project involved as well.

According to Microsoft, this program offers all enthusiasts enhanced skills and “real-world experience” to engineers and everyone who desires to obtain improved skills in AI and data science. The online courses will feature hands-on labs and also expert instructors.

Learn about AI ethics

Some of the courses focus on AI ethics and the ways of conducting a data study and creating various learning models. Everyone who enrolls in these courses will have at their disposal three months to complete each one of the courses. They are offered four times a year.

If you’re wondering what will the final project course consist of, well, it’s six weeks long, and after the full track is completed, enrollees will obtain a digital certificate. In order to get credit for each one of the courses, you will have to purchase Verified Certificates from edX.org.

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AI’s importance is increasing in the process of designing and delivering products and services. Susan Dumais, assistant Director of Microsoft Research AI stated that the company is interested in developing abilities and supporting talent that is able to build, design and understand AI-centered systems.

Learn more about building an intelligent future by reading the complete program on AI on Microsoft’s official website.

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