Integrated Learning Program: Amazon India to launch machine learning skills program for engineering students, students will be selected online

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Amazon India has announced the launch of an Integrated Learning Program for students to learn Applied Machine Learning Skills (ML). The purpose of starting this program is to help the students to make a career in the industry through new technology. Giving information about this, Amazon India said that this program has been started to train students in machine learning. Through this, the increasing demand for skills in the future will be met.

Students will be selected online

The curriculum will cover ML fundamentals concepts. Amazon India also said that the selection of candidates for ML Summer School will be done through an online assessment. These schools will be selected in 2021 along with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, IIT Kharagpur, IIT Delhi, International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Bombay, Birla Institute of Technology (BITS), National Institute of Technology (NIT) Tiruchirappalli and Anna University. Open to UG, PG or PhD students of technical campuses.

Will get to learn ML technology

Through this program, students will get to learn high level ML technologies like Deep Learning and Probabilistic Graphical Models. Through this, e-commerce, domain specific professional problems like demand forecasting, catalog quality, product recommendations and online advertising will be solved.

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Candidates interested in joining this program can apply online through Candidates will also have access to the Amazon Research Days (ARD) conference, where they can learn about technology trends in the industry with the help of presentations from renowned ML leaders from around the world.

A batch of students from Select Technical Campus in India will have the opportunity to engage through virtual classroom tutorials, followed by interactive Q&A sessions with scientists at Amazon.

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