The Engineering students at recognized institutions in India who will graduate in 2024 or 2025 from bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD programs are invited to register for the free course. Students who apply have to pass a two-part selection test on Sept. 9 covering math, programming, and basic ML concepts to enroll.
The program allows university students to learn from leaders in the machine learning (ML) industry. Not only will students will learn the fundamentals of ML and how to apply those concepts to real-world situations, but the intensive courses also include the opportunity for students to interact with scientists at Amazon.
Each module is followed by a three-hour live Q&A session with Amazon senior applied scientists and ML scientists.
The program is to provide a launching pad for internships and careers in ML. Not only do students gain valuable and practical knowledge on key ML topics, but they also take the first step toward developing a professional network in the field.
“Amazon ML Summer School aims to provide participating students with best-in-class training on a broad range of topics which are at the core of modern machine learning, from fundamentals to state-of-the-art,” said Rajeev Rastogi, vice president, of International Machine Learning.
“The tutorial sessions covering the right mix of theoretical and practical knowledge will be delivered by our ML scientists who are experts in their field. This program will be a platform to help foster ML excellence and strive towards developing applied science skills in young talent”, Rajeev Rastogi added.
Amazon announced registrations are open for the third edition of the ML Summer School through Sept. 6. Register here
The program comprises eight virtual modules over four weeks covering topics like deep neural networks, supervised learning, probabilistic graphical models, and unsupervised learning will kick off on Sept. 16.
To learn more about Amazon’s Machine Learning Summer School program, including a detailed schedule and the full list of tutors, visit the ML Summer School website.