SQI Coding School Partners with Data Science Network Nigeria to Offer Free AI Training to Oyo Youth

SQI Coding School has partnered with Data science Network Nigeria in its quest to empower young Nigerians to be data science leaders with free training for young people in Oyo State, especially in Ibadan and Ogobomoso.

The Institute has called for the need for young Nigerians to learn about Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, which is the future of the world and opportunities to be seized with many promising employment opportunities for young people, measuring that they will not relax the spread of the gospel of knowledge of artificial intelligence in Africa from Nigeria.

Speaking on development, the rector of the institute, Mr. Fredrick Aderinto, noted that many young people in Nigeria are facing unemployment and school curricula need to be improved to meet global demand.

He however said that with a positive mindset, Nigeria can move forward if the knowledge is channeled in the right direction, adding that “the right direction in the present state of the world is to focus on ICT embodying software development, Ai technology. Most of these courses that most people travel abroad to study are available in their institute today.

The director of the institute, Dr. Adeyemi Aderinto, said that “if the Nigerian education sector can play a role in the invasion of AI, the problem of unemployment will be a thing of the past, saying that the service of the invasion of AI and software development is limitless and expert. can render Nigeria today services to any part of the world.

“The main target of the event was those who were looking for a career in data science. professional,” he added.



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