IBM’s first hub dedicated to machine learning set up in Bangalore

by August 4, 2017 0 comments

IBM recently said it has set up its first Machine Learning (ML) Hub in India in Bengaluru that will provide hands-on training in these new technology areas.

Organisations can visit the hub for hands-on training on ML and collaborate with IBM experts to build and deploy analytic models for a new generation of intelligent applications, IBM said in a statement.

However, IBM did not disclose any investment details related to the new centre.

The new Hub is the latest addition to the tally of such centres. IBM gas ML Hubs operating in Toronto, San Jose, Beijing, and Boblingen, Germany.

“Through the Hubs, data professionals, business analysts and engineers work with IBM data science experts to understand and master the leading tools, technologies and techniques needed to visualise, analyse and interpret data,” IBM said.

 IBM also help companies build and test rapid, scalable prototypes for fast deployment of these models at the organisations, it added.
A Gartner report forecasts highest growth in India IT spending in software and IT services for 2017, which includes building new digital platforms with ML and artificial intelligence at the core.
“IBM Machine Learning hub reiterates our mission to partner and prepare enterprises for the cognitive era by unleashing the potential of machine learning,” Gaurav Sharma, Vice President at IBM India Software Labs, said.

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