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Andrew Ng’s DeepLearning.AI launches New Course On MLOps

Recently, Andrew Ng took to the professional networking platform to announce that the Specialization on…

Axtria Secures $150 Million Growth Investment From Bain Capital Tech Opportunities

Axtria, the cloud software and data analytics provider recently announced that it has received a…

Zoho Supports TN Hospitals With Oxygen Supplies & More Amid Second Wave

The Chennai-headquartered global technology firm, Zoho Corp is helping hospitals and healthcare centres across Tamil…

Tech Mahindra Opens COVID Care Unit In Its Pune Facility

Tech Mahindra announced the opening of a COVID Care Unit in its Hinjewadi – Pune…

JP Morgan To Hire 4000 In India Mostly In AI & ML

JP Morgan recently announced that this year the company is looking to hire around 4000…

VMware Appoints Raghu Raghuram As New CEO From June

VMware recently announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Rangarajan (Raghu) Raghuram as Chief…

Coursera Announces Free Online Courses For India To Upskill During Second Wave

Recently, Coursera has announced to offer free courses for learners in India. The online learning…

Cron AI Raises $4 Million To Redefine 3D Perception

Cron AI, a DeepTech company building a 3D Data Edge perception platform recently announced that…

HCL Supports With Oxygen Plants And Cylinders To Fight COVID-19

HCL pledges to support the Delhi Government with 12,000 oxygen cylinders and 21 oxygen plants…

Video Analytics Startup Pixuate Raises Funding To Accelerate Product Development

Intelligent video analytics startup Pixuate has recently raised an undisclosed investment from investment platform Mumbai…

XLRI Launches 6 Months Programme On HR Analytics

XLRI Launches 6 Months Programme On HR Analytics

XLRI (Xavier School of Management) has announced the launch of an Executive Development Programme on HR Analytics.

Autonomous Ships, World’s Smallest Chips And More In This Week’s Top News

In 1620, a ship named Mayflower left the shores of London carrying around 130 people…