Bengaluru: IISc, TalentSprint launch advanced certification program in 'Deep Learning'
Bengaluru: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc) and TalentSprint, an EdTech firm, on Saturday announced the launch of a PG level advanced certification program in Deep Learning. The 10-month executive education program is tailored 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.
According to a report by Grand View Research, the global Deep Learning market is expected to reach $ 10.2 billion by 2025. Improvements in algorithms and advancements in Deep Learning chipsets are driving this growth.
Announcing the program, Prof Chiranjib Bhattacharya, Professor and Chair of the Department of Computer Science & Automation, and Dean of the Advanced Deep Learning Program, said: "Deep Learning is increasingly being used to extract valuable insights from enormous amounts of data, build innovative products and improve customer experience, thereby enhancing revenue opportunities. This has led to a massive growth in need for professionals with expertise in Deep Learning. This program will fulfill that need."
Dr. Santanu Paul, Co-Founder and CEO, TalentSprint said: "We are happy to announce our third program with IISc, India's leading institution, in Deep Learning. This program has been specifically designed for working professionals keen to unleash the potential of deep learning in their careers.
This pracademic program will bring together lectures by top research faculty at IISc and hands-on labs and projects supported by industry mentors."