Nvidia to arm Indonesian university students with AI skillsets

ZDNet 

Nvidia is looking to impart its artificial intelligence (AI) knowledge to Indonesian university lecturers and students over the next five years. The chipmaker also will provide its DGX A100 systems to support AI education in the Asian nation. Nvidia on Thursday said it signed an agreement with Indonesia's Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology (Kemendikbudristek) to arm university lecturers and more than 20,000 students in AI skills. The five-year initiative aimed to develop local AI talent as part of the country's digital transformation efforts, the GPU manufacturer said. The agreement encompassed AI curriculum development, translation research workshops, as well as AI startup ecosystem development and support, Nvidia said.

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