Udacity Announcing New Scholarship Program for Edge Development with Intel

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Today, we are proud to announce our newest initiative to expand students’ AI skills: the Intel® Edge AI Scholarship Program.

This new scholarship program, announced at the Intel AI Summit and the Future of Education and Workforce Summit in San Francisco, will empower professional developers interested in advanced learning, specifically deep learning and computer vision, to accelerate the development and deployment of high-performance computer vision and deep learning solutions. Computer vision and AI at the edge are becoming instrumental in powering everything from factory assembly lines and retail inventory management to hospital urgent care medical imaging equipment like X-ray and CAT scans. This program will teach fluency in some of the most cutting-edge technologies.



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Advanced Android with Kotlin by Google!

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In 2016, Udacity released its very first free course on Android development in collaboration with Google. Since then, Udacity and Google have worked together to build 17 free courses and two full Nanodegree programs related to Android development. To date, more than 3.8 million students have enrolled in Udacity’s Android courses to kick off careers in Android development. 



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Introducing the Data Streaming Nanodegree Program from Udacity

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In pursuit of our mission to power careers through tech education, Udacity is excited to introduce the newest addition to our School of Data Science: the Data Streaming Nanodegree program. Data Streaming is a prime example of a cutting-edge skill that will give Data Engineers a significant advantage in their current role or in their pursuit of new opportunities, and there’s no better time to learn than now.



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Learn C++ to code self-driving cars, robots, embedded systems, and much more

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Today, Udacity is excited to launch a new version of the C++ Nanodegree Program. This program equips students with the C++ skills to launch and advance careers programming the most exciting technology in the world.

C++ is an efficient, high-performance programming language used to code everything from self-driving cars and robots to servers, media platforms, video games, and applications that require blazing-fast performance. It is one of the top five most important computer programming languages.

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Announcing 100,000 Udacity Scholarships for America’s Workers

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Udacity signs the White House Pledge to America’s Workers, funding 100,000 tech and analytics scholarships for workers in the United States.

Today, Udacity is announcing our Pledge to America’s Workers. Over the next five years, we will fund 100,000 Udacity tech and analytics scholarships for workers in the United States, collaborating with local leaders and private sector businesses to support workforce development and build local learning communities. Udacity’s scholarships will equip America’s workers with the skills they need to succeed in high-paying, future-proof careers in fields such as front-end web development, mobile app development, and data analytics. 



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Introducing the User Experience Designer Nanodegree Program from Udacity

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Udacity is excited to introduce the newest addition to our School of Business: the User Experience Designer Nanodegree program. According to LinkedIn, User Experience (UX) Design is one of the top five most in-demand hard skills today, and a position as a Product Designer has been ranked one of the top five Most Promising Jobs. Thus, there is no better time to learn the skills needed to land a job in this field.

What exactly is UX design? Shuang Liu, User Experience Designer Nanodegree program instructor, and UX Designer at Google, offers a great explanation of the value of the skill:



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Applications for 15,000 Scholarships Funded by Bertelsmann are Now Open!

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Bertelsmann is funding 15,000 scholarships in Data, AI, and Cloud-Computing in partnership with Udacity, and we are proud to announce that applications are now open. As we shared earlier this year, this new scholarship program–part of a three-year commitment by Bertelsmann to fund 50,000 scholarships–is an expansion of our partnership and of our joint efforts to increase learning opportunities in emerging technologies to students across the globe. 



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