The future of work — jobs in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other tech-driven careers — is fast approaching. As a result, the online learning space is growing and trying to keep pace with the global workforce’s desire to gain new skills to obtain and thrive in new collar jobs.
Udacity is leading the way in helping upskill and reskill today’s learners, by providing rich, comprehensive Nanodegree programs, courses, and enterprise services. And to ensure the company continues to grow, Udacity is proud to announce that Blake Tablak has joined the senior leadership team as the SVP of Global Enterprise Sales and that Kenny Kim has joined as Chief Marketing Officer.
Think about the role that Big Data plays in our day-to-day lives and how we contribute to it. Every time we tweet, send emails, search online, or ride in a connected car, we’re creating thousands of data points.
Those data sets are used by companies (both large and small) to help inform the creation and improvements of new products, services, and business strategies.
It’s predicted that by 2025, an estimated 463 exabytes of data will be created each day globally, reports Weforum.org. As more data is created, more companies have expressed a need for qualified employees with SQL skills (Structured Query Language, the first language of data analysis, and universal language for relational databases) to analyze and create actionable intelligence based on that data.
Not only will you be able to get a head start on the full Growth Product Manager Nanodegree program — available in June — but taking this course will unlock 30% off the price of the full Nanodegree. All progress in this course can be applied towards graduation from the full Growth Product Manager Nanodegree program
Today, Udacity is thrilled to announce the AI for Healthcare Nanodegree program as well as the AI for Healthcare in the time of COVID-19 Virtual Conference. Within the past decade, AI has transformed industries by powering the creation of new products, processes, and experiences that have enabled organizations to deliver more value to their customers at scale. The technology’s impact is apparent in Amazon’s AI-powered supply that has redefined the retail experience, and BMW’s AI-based models that have optimized the automotive manufacturing process.
The healthcare industry is no different. AI for healthcare is already showing early signs of adoption including the use of surgical robots, data analytics, and using deep learning to reduce diagnosis errors. What’s more, medical professionals and scientists across the globe are seeing the benefits of the practical application of AI in healthcare. For instance, AI-optimized techniques allowed scientists in China to recreate the novel coronavirus’ genome sequence in just one month. In contrast, it took researchers several months to do the same for the SARS virus in 2003.
This program is extremely relevant for anyone working in tech right now given that current projections state the public cloud service market will reach over $600 billion by 2023, with Amazon owning over 30% of the current market.
Getting a job title with buzzwords like “AWS” and “cloud” seems like it might be pretty profitable and cloud architects are in high demand. This is an exciting role perfect for anyone who wants to be at the forefront of an organization’s public cloud strategy.
COVID-19 has changed our collective understanding of how viruses spread. As the pandemic hits its peak in the United States — with 762,690 people infected and 40,548 deaths in mid-April — many professionals in the medical community are still trying to contain and understand the transmission.
In an effort to further our understanding of how AI can be applied to healthcare, Udacity is holding its first-ever virtual conference titled, “AI for Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19” scheduled for May 12 -13.
On November 12, 2019, Udacity announced the Intel® Edge AI Scholarship Program to train professional developers in next generation skills for Computer vision and AI at the edge. Today, we are proud to share that the Intel® Edge AI for IoT Developers Nanodegree program is now open for enrollment to all. The 850 Intel® Edge AI Scholarship Program recipients will be joining the premiere class of this program as well. The Intel® Edge AI Fundamentals with OpenVINO™ free course is now also open for enrollment to all students.
“This program is part of Udacity’s commitment to provide training for 1 million developers worldwide,” said Gabe Dalporto, CEO of Udacity. “Our collaboration with Intel® will open the doors for students to learn deployment of cutting-edge AI technologies at the edge and aid those with limited access to educational resources to grow in their fields.”