University awarded £600,000 to launch new artificial intelligence course in partnership with BT, Adastral Park
The University of Suffolk is launching a new artificial science course at its proposed DigiTech Centre at BT's Adastral Park Picture: UNIVERSITY OF SUFFOLK
Adastral Park are proud to announce that the new Suffolk Data Science Academy will be hosted in the DigiTech Centre, a £9.6million facility based at Adastral, which is currently in development.
The course will place a key focus on machine learning, which allows computers, machines and applications to think like a human by feeding them data and information.
Matt Capp, senior manager for research strategy and Adastral Vision at BT, stated: “For BT and the other companies at Adastral Park, finding people with high quality AI and data science skills can be a challenge.
“The scholarships offered through the University of Suffolk’s DigiTech Centre will mean that we will have access to students graduating with these key skills right on our doorstep.
“This is great opportunity for businesses at Adastral Park and across the region to help develop the students and gain access to a source of potential recruits.”
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