Microsoft to train 100,000 Indian developers in AI

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Microsoft has launched an ambitious program called “AI Odyssey” to train 100,000 Indian developers in artificial intelligence by 2024. This initiative is part of Microsoft’s efforts to bridge the AI skill gap in one of the world’s fastest-growing tech markets. AI Odyssey includes a series of workshops, webinars, and hackathons, focusing on areas like machine learning, data science, and AI ethics. T

he program aims to empower developers with the skills needed to drive innovation in AI. Microsoft’s commitment reflects the increasing demand for AI skills in India, where the tech industry is rapidly expanding.

By nurturing local talent, Microsoft not only contributes to the Indian tech ecosystem but also strengthens its own position in a key global market.

Sources include: Analytics India

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