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National DefTech Summit 2022
National DefTech Summit 2022
National DefTech Summit 2022
National DefTech Summit 2022

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Bangladesh: Online learning activities can be effective in mitigating pandemic challenges

Bangladesh’s speaker of the National Parliament Shirin Sharmin Chowdhury said that online education can play an important role in reviving and normalizing the education sector which is highly affected due to pandemics

Amazon India launches machine learning programme to push tech skills

The programme is open to engineering students in their pre-final/final year of Bachelors, Masters or PhD studies across select tech campuses in 2021

Bangladesh: Shohoz launches new EdTech platform for online learning

The official press release reads that, in the coming months Shohoz plans to increase the diversity and volume of quality EdTech tools through the introduction of classrooms, dashboards, discussion boards, educational video content, podcasts, and many more.

Barracuda launches Machine Learning powered advanced Bot protection

Cybersecurity firm Barracuda has launched a machine learning powered advanced Bot protection which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to defend against the latest automated threats.

Haptik joins AWS Marketplace for Machine Learning at AWS re:Invent 2018

AI driven firm Haptik said it was recently part of the inaugural list of sellers on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace for Machine Learning, which was introduced at AWS’s annual flagship conference, in Las Vegas.

AI and Machine Learning on mind, Shine.com to expand tech team by 40-50%

After the recent appointment of Amardeep Vishwakarma as its new CTO, Shine.com, India’s 2nd largest job portal, is set to augment its overall technology function.

Brightline Initiative launches free online learning course with Coursera

This free online course offers a holistic view of how to transform strategic intentions into reality from the perspective of senior executives, says Brightline Initiative.
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