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Simplilearn collaborates with Wharton Executive Education for a course on business AI

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Posted on 24 Feb 2022
12:30 PM
The course will comprise modules including AI Fundamentals for Non-Data Scientists, AI Applications in Marketing and Finance, etc.

The course will comprise modules including AI Fundamentals for Non-Data Scientists, AI Applications in Marketing and Finance, etc. Source: Pixabay

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Simplilearn, in collaboration with the Aresty Institute of Executive Education, has announced the launch of a new AI for business course
To be held over a duration of four to six weeks, the topics of the course will range from big data, machine learning, AI to its applications

The Digital skills training provider, Simplilearn, together with its affiliates and subsidiaries, has announced its collaboration with the Aresty Institute of Executive Education of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, to launch an AI for Business programme.

The course, revolving around the emerging technology of artificial intelligence, will have a duration of four to six weeks. It is intended to help learners understand the fundamentals of big data, AI and machine learning; the applications of AI in marketing, finance and people management; and how to deploy these technologies to support an organisation's strategy.

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The programme is best suited for senior executives who would like to understand how to leverage AI to drive digital transformation or set up AI engineering capabilities.

The course will include content created and delivered by Wharton Executive Education’s Wharton Online business unit. It will contain the modules of AI Fundamentals for Non-Data Scientists, AI Applications in Marketing and Finance, AI Applications in People Management, and AI Strategy and Governance.

On completion of the programme, each learner who fulfils the required criteria shall receive a Wharton Executive Education digital certificate of completion for the program.

Speaking of the collaboration, Jagmohan S Raju, vice dean of Wharton Executive Education, said, “Digital technology and artificial intelligence play a crucial role in how businesses operate. In fact, AI has facilitated the creation of a next-generation workplace that thrives on seamless collaboration between enterprise systems and individuals, freeing up resources for higher-level tasks.”

Last updated on 24 Feb 2022
18:40 PM
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