Artificial Intelligence is a revolutionary technology that is used in every sector today. The main objective of artificial intelligence is to make computers more independent with reasoning. Considering the significance of AI and its accelerated adoption, there has been a growing demand for AI talents in companies. Reports state that the demand for Artificial Intelligence jobs has jumped over 75% over the last four years. AI courses are getting more and more popular with every passing day. So, how do you capitalize on this fantastic opportunity?
Springboard is co-funded by the Government of Ireland and the European Social Fund as part of the ESF programme for Employability, Inclusion and Learning 2014-2020. Springboard funded programmes have transformed many careers and lives throughout the years. CCT College Dublin has been involved with the Springboard initiative since its inception in 2011, successfully educating hundreds of participants in technology-related programmes from level 6 to level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ). This year Springboard and the Human Capital Initiative (HCI) Pillar 1 are providing the employed as well as the unemployed the opportunity to obtain qualifications in areas where there are current and future skills shortages. CCT College Dublin is delighted to announce free and 90% funded programmes in Data Analytics for Business, Networking and Systems Security, and Artificial Intelligence.
Karim has the phrase "without struggle there is no progress" tattooed on his hands. Across his knuckles are two simple words: "Live Life." These mantras run deeper than just ink on skin. Karim, who was raised in foster care and says he had little stability or support, knows struggle. But he was ultimately able to tackle life's challenges, due in part, he says, to his high school diploma.
Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Just a few weeks before he could graduate from high school in 1943, Donald Huisenga was drafted into the U.S. Army to fight in World War II. Almost 79 years later, the 98-year-old from San Angelo, Texas, was finally able to get his high school diploma earlier this month. It all started in November, when Huisenga met with Tess Gooding, a social worker at the West Texas VA in San Angelo.
So this year's session of the Legislature is considering a bill, House Bill 2587, that would make a small but key change to the 40-40-20 goal. Under the terms of the bill, which is backed by the state's teachers union, the language of the goal would be changed: The state's education goals now would read that 40 percent of Oregon adults will be "given the opportunity" to earn a bachelor's degree or higher. Another 40 percent of Oregon adults would be "given the opportunity" to earn an associate degree or a post-secondary credential." The remaining Oregon adults would have "the opportunity to earn a high school diploma, a modified diploma or extended diploma or any other credential equivalent to a high school diploma."