IBM Artificial Intelligence Certified Technical Training Program Price Announced

Simplilearn announced the launch of an exclusive AI Engineering program that teaches students how to master Deep Learning, Machine Learning, and various programming languages and kick-start their professional career in Artificial Intelligence.

Boca Raton, United States - December 5, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Simplilearn in collaboration with IBM announced the release of a new online professional training program for Artificial Intelligence Engineers. The program features eight expert courses that introduce students to integrated blended learning and help them develop a new set of valuable, transferable and in-demand skills with a better understanding of the role AI plays in our society.

More information about the program is available at: https://aicertifiedtraining.com

Participants will learn how to design, build and deploy AI-powered applications on the web with the Simplilearn AI professional certificate program.

The course is full-packed with valuable, actionable information and is reasonably priced: it is a cost-effective alternative to a college degree.

Upon successful completion of the training program, students can earn an official IBM Academic Certificate that validates their knowledge and experience as Artificial Intelligence and Data Science experts. A Masters Certificate from IBM, the industry leader in AI, can lead to many new career opportunities and rapid income acceleration.

The program is comprised of 7 modules: Introduction to AI, Data Science with Python, Machine Learning, Deep Learning Fundamentals, Deep Learning with TensorFlow, Natural Langauge Processing, AI Capstone Project.

A satisfied student shares, “The Simplilearn Artificial Intelligence program is one of the best investments I have made. The program is well structured with self-learning, live classes, coaching and simulation sessions, and numerous assessment.”

The course instructor is Mike Tamir, who is No. 1 AI and Machine Learning Influencer and Head of Data Science at Uber ATG. He trains students on Python, Machine Learning techniques, including data reprocessing, regression, clustering, and Deep Learning methodologies and its applications using TensorFlow.

The IBM Artificial Intelligence training is available on-demand for flexibility in scheduling. The students receive lifetime access to the platform and can access the training material at their convenience.

Interested parties can learn more about the course at https://aicertifiedtraining.com

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Address: 1400 NW 13th Street Apt. 5, Boca Raton, FL 33486, United States
Website: https://aicertifiedtraining.com

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