The partnership aims to develop standards and credentials for AI skills, upskill and reskill 15,000 workers by 2022, and create a pool of AI talent for the global workforce.
The focus of the joint program will be on setting the standards for artificial intelligence skills, developing scalable AI training solutions for companies, and creating a sustainable talent pool of workers with AI skills, Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft said in a statement.
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