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Microsoft’s Free AI Classroom Series With Certification 14-19 December

Microsoft AI Classroom Series was started in September to make students ready with emerging technologies like AI and Cloud Computing. This session of the Microsoft AI Classroom Series will cover data science lifecycle and cognitive services, building machine learning models on Azure, and intelligent conversational AI. Students will also get exclusive Microsoft Official Course (MOC) material for the AI-900 course during the session.

The video session will be delivered by speakers from industry experts from Microsoft India, NASSCOM FutureSkills, IIT Madras, Wipro, and more. This program, however, is only for students enrolled in Indian universities and are residents of India.

After completing the Microsoft AI Classroom Series session, learners will receive an email from taking an online assessment, where they will have to answer 30 multiple-choice questions. On getting a score of 60 percent or more, they will get a “Microsoft AI workshop” certificate of participation. However, aspirants will have a total of 3 attempts to pass and receive the certification from Microsoft and NASSCOM FutureSkills.

The first session starts on 14 December, which also includes a Live Q&A during the event. Although seats are limited per session, you will have an opportunity to choose from any session starting from 14 December to 19 December. Irrespective of which session you attend, the assessment test will be active only from 19 to 30 December. Make sure you clear the examination within three attempts before 30 December to get the certificate.

There are a few prerequisites to attend this session of the Microsoft AI Classroom Series to ensure you make the most out of the upcoming sessions. You can access suggested prerequisite materials of Get started with AI fundamentals, Azure Cognitive Services, Introduction to Azure Machine Learning Services, How to create bots with Azure Bot Service.

There are other requirements like VSCode Jupyter Notebooks setup, GitHub account, and more to simplify the session’s learning process.

Register for Microsoft AI Classroom Series here.

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