IBL News | New York
IBM started to offer its employees a set of four programs on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Dafa Science with the web-based learning company Simplilearn.
These programs will cost $1,299 each and will take around a year to complete. They include live virtual classrooms, access to teaching assistants, self-paced video instruction and assessments.
Upon completion, participants will earn non-accredited certificates from Simplilearn and IBM, despite being billed as “master’s programs.”
This collaboration is based on pairing Simplilearn’s training and instructors with course content from IBM.
Simplilearn works with individual learners as well as with companies and about a dozen universities on co-branded technology education, according to its chief marketing officer, Mark Moran.