Furthering its vision of data science democratization, Dataiku provides free access to its platform to universities through TUN
Dataiku, one of the world’s leading Enterprise AI and machine learning platforms, announced its partnership with Teradata University Network (TUN) to help bring AI tools and skills to the classroom. The program empowers colleges and universities to unlock the full potential of AI by providing Dataiku software and data science resources to faculty and students.
Marketing Technology News: Payscout and UnionPay Announce Partnership on Global Ecommerce with Instant Onboarding
This partnership with TUN is the next step in Dataiku’s journey and mission to educate the data professionals of tomorrow. It is a continuation of the Dataiku Academic Program, which has enabled students around the world to solve real-world problems with data science. Recently, students at the Smart India Hackathon (who went on to win the competition) as well as at Georgia Tech and ESCP Europe (who won TUN’s 2018 Data Challenge People’s Choice Award) have used Dataiku in their projects. TUN has over 4,000 registered faculty members from over 2,500 universities in 117 countries, with tens of thousands of registered students.
“We are proud to solidify our commitment to ensuring that the next generation of AI talent is ready for career opportunities,” said Dataiku CEO Florian Douetteau. “Through the amplification of our academic program, including this partnership with TUN, we hope to prepare students to solve real-world problems using data science and machine learning.”
Marketing Technology News: 70 Percent of Organizations Will be Using Security-as-a-Service by 2021
“The TUN and Dataiku partnership will greatly enhance TUN’s resources for an academic audience. It will provide students and faculty more hands-on tools and technology to learn data analytics in the most tangible way. Through this partnership, we look forward to having more students learn Dataiku technology to prepare them for careers in analytics,” said Susan Baskin, Director of Global Customer Education and Teradata University Network.
Marketing Technology News: vCita Secures $15 Million Growth Funding Round Led by Forestay Capital