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Microsoft’s ‘AI Odyssey’ to Upskill 100,000 Indian Developers: Boosting AI Talent in India

Microsoft India has unveiled the ‘AI Odyssey’ initiative, aiming to train 100,000 Indian developers in the latest AI technologies. Emphasizing AI as the future of innovation, Microsoft underscores India’s leadership in tech talent. The program seeks to equip developers with skills essential for executing AI projects aligning with business goals.

Program Overview

  • Open to all AI enthusiasts in India, irrespective of experience or background.
  • Divided into two levels, participants must complete by January 31, 2024.
    • Level One: Focuses on using Azure AI services to create and deploy solutions, providing resources and practical skills.
    • Level Two: Involves an online assessment and interactive lab tasks to earn Microsoft applied skills credentials.
  • Completion offers a chance to win a VIP Pass for the Microsoft AI Tour in Bangalore on February 8, 2024.

Microsoft’s AI Commitment

  • Highlights the transformative impact of generative AI at the AI Tour.
  • Microsoft entities in India, with over 20,000 employees across 10 cities, play a vital role.
  • The company, having invested $13 billion in OpenAI, continues to expand its AI product portfolio, aiming to launch around 100 new AI-powered products and services.

Important Questions Related to Exams

  1. What is the primary objective of Microsoft’s ‘AI Odyssey’ initiative in India?
  2. How many levels does the AI Odyssey program consist of, and what skills does each level focus on?
  3. How can participants showcase their AI skills in the program’s second level, and what reward awaits successful completion?

Please provide your answers in the comment section!!

 

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