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Education Dive | November 15, 2018
In a move to democratize artificial intelligence (AI), Coursera co-founder and AI expert Andrew Ng announced an "AI for Everyone" program for nontechnical business leaders, coming to the online learning platform in early 2019.Engineers and data scientists might handle the technical details of AI, but business leaders also need to understand application opportunities for machine learning and deep learning in their organizations, as well as what the technology can't do, Ng wrote in t...
Education Dive | January 17, 2019
MOOC provider Coursera on Thursday announced it is partnering with 15 universities to launch a suite of healthcare content on its online learning platform. The new content includes 100 courses, 30 specializations and two public health master's degrees that are meant to meet the growing demand for healthcare workers.The partner colleges comprise a diverse range of public and private institutions, including Columbia University, Emory University, Northeastern University, Johns Hopkins Universit...
Study International | March 17, 2020
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Coursera has made its full course catalogue available for free online to every university that has had to close down. Universities need only sign up for Coursera for Campus to access 3,800 courses across 400 specialisations, straight from the online learning portal’s partner institutions. Students stand to earn up to 5,000 licences from these courses. These institutions will have access until July 31 2020, while students will have until September 30...
cnbc | April 24, 2020
Education technology company Coursera is pulling down its paywall for unemployed workers to give people who have lost their jobs around the world free access to education, as well as the ability to earn credentials. The Coursera Workforce Recovery Initiative is teaming up with state governments in the U.S. and the leadership of countries around the world to offer 3,800 courses from top universities and corporations, including Amazon and Google....
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