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KAIST to provide AI training for 500 LG CNS employees

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LG CNS, in partnership with research institute KAIST, plans to support more than 500 AI experts this year, The Korea Times reports. Under the terms of the partnership deal with the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), the IT service affiliate of LG Group plans to enhance its AI manpower in areas such as smart manufacturing and chatbots. Seven AI professors from KAIST will teach basic academic education in machine learning and deep learning, as well as practical on-site AI education to a group of LG CNS employees. "As AI becomes an integral part of many businesses, LG

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Companies: LG
Countries: Korea, Republic of
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