Hancom Academy operates ‘AI Convergence Curriculum’ with AI Yangjae Hub
– Apply for training available by the 4th … those who selected will be supported full tuition fee.
Hancom Academy (CEO Lee Si-yeon), an ICT convergence education institution, will run an “AI+X convergence education” to train AI convergence experts with AI Yangjae Hub (Center Director Yoon Jong-young), an artificial intelligence institution in Seoul.
“AI+X Convergence training course” will be held for about four months so that planners, designers, and developers can form teams to learn how to utilize AI by industry, understand business, analyze cases, and design AI-enabled services.
To this end, Hancom Academy will provide opportunities to expand insights into the AI field by mentoring and industrial field trips involving former and current artificial intelligence experts, and help them link jobs through mock IR, network parties, and job fairs.
AI+X convergence training course can be supported by organizers, designers, and developers who are preparing for employment and start-ups aged 20 or older by forming a team of five or less, and education costs will be provided free of charge if selected. More details of the curriculum can be found on the Hancom Academy website (www.hancomeduone.com), and applications can be made by the 4th July.
“AI is being used in all industrial areas, and combining AI technology with various job experiences and knowledge is essential,” said Yoon Jong-young, head of AI Yangjae Hub Center. “I am happy to train professionals who can use AI in real business through this AI+X convergence training course.”
“We hope this curriculum will serve as a stepping stone for fostering AI convergence experts,” said Lee Si-yeon, CEO of Hancom Academy. “We will contribute to fostering AI professionals by reflecting various advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain possessed by Hancom Group in the curriculum.”
Meanwhile, AI Yangjae Hub is an artificial intelligence support organization established by the Seoul Metropolitan Government to discover and foster AI-specialized companies, and more than 90 artificial intelligence startups are currently training AI professionals with support from the Seoul Metropolitan Government.