Google will spend tens of millions of euros on free training in artificial intelligence 15:31

Technology giant Google has announced plans to spend €25 million on artificial intelligence (AI) skills training in Europe and other countries. This has been officially reported Blog companies.

The AI ​​Opportunity Initiative targets social enterprises and nonprofits, as well as companies using AI to grow. Of the above amount, 10 million Euros will be allocated to additional training of employees of these enterprises.

Google stated that studying and using the capabilities of neural networks helps fight economic inequality and unemployment.

“The new program will help people across Europe improve their knowledge, skills and confidence in AI, ensuring no one is left behind,” said Adrian Brown, managing director of the Google Center for Public Impact.

The AI ​​Opportunity Initiative also includes expanding support for free foundational AI courses to 18 languages. The courses consist of modules that are introductory to artificial intelligence skills.

happened before known About Microsoft’s plans to train 2 million Indians in using AI tools.

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Source: Gazeta


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