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Veranda Launches Generative AI Course in Collaboration with University of Cambridge Online

Generative AI

Brain4ce Education Solutions Pvt Ltd (operating as Edureka), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the publicly listed Veranda Learning Solutions Limited (BSE: 543514, NSE: VERANDA), has announced the launch of a pioneering Generative AI Course in partnership with the University of Cambridge Online.

This course on Generative AI in Business aims to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to integrate generative AI into organizational structures effectively. Generative AI is revolutionizing various industries by transforming business operations and fostering innovation. To help professionals leverage this technology, Edureka and the University of Cambridge Online have designed a comprehensive program covering the essential principles and techniques of generative AI.

“We are thrilled to partner with the University of Cambridge Online to offer this groundbreaking course,” said Vineet Chaturvedi, CEO of Edureka. “As AI technologies continue to reshape business landscapes, it’s crucial for professionals to stay ahead and acquire the skills needed to drive innovation. This collaboration offers a unique opportunity to gain expertise in generative AI and enhance organizational growth.”

The course will provide a deep understanding of how generative AI can drive innovation, improve decision-making, and unlock new growth opportunities. Participants will benefit from expert-led instruction, hands-on exercises, and real-world case studies, ensuring practical skills and insights that can be immediately applied in business settings.

Ellen Wilson, Managing Director of Cambridge Online Education, added, “We are excited to bring this course to learners worldwide. At the University of Cambridge Online, we are committed to excellence in education and research. Our partnership with Edureka reflects our shared vision of empowering professionals with cutting-edge skills to succeed in today’s dynamic business environment.”

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