Facebook and the Udacity has now jointly launched a learning course in the “private and secure” AI. The course is also open for the general enrollments and applications would going to begin from the 30th of May.
According to the statement which has been revealed from the Udacity, facebook involvements will now be going to enable 5000 people from across the globe to enroll for the programme.
After the successful completion of the first phase, the top 400 students will now be going to be eligible for the full fledge scholarships for one of the following programmes from the Udacity learning platform: Computer Vision nano degree programme and Deep learning nano degree course.
The primary aim of its latest programme is to equip the students with the skills required to work with the latest cutting edge technology such as Encrypted Computation, Differential Privacy, and Federated Learning.
With the help of this scholars, the students will also be going to learn some of the new advanced technologies of extending popular Artificial Intelligence framework PyTorch with the tools of deep learning needed to securely train the smarter AI models on the distributed private data to provide with some of the robust data privacy solutions to the users, the report revealed.
“We are delighted to introduce the brand-new Secure and Private AI course. Through this programme, we aim to nurture capable data scientists and AI experts. The data-driven world of today is indeed in dire need of skilled professionals to protect data from being exploited or misused. We are excited to partner with Facebook for helping us extend the scholarship challenge to deserving candidates across the globe,” said Ishan Gupta, India managing director at Udacity.
The new course is also a continuation of the Udacity PyTorch scholarship programmer launched in the month of October 2018 in collaboration with facebook.