In Brief: Intel, Udacity launch edge AI programme; Hubspot rolls out CMS hub

In Brief:  Intel, Udacity launch edge AI programme; Hubspot rolls out CMS hub
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17 Apr, 2020

Semiconductor giant Intel has partnered with learning platform Udacity to launch “Intel Edge AI for IoT  developers nanodegree programme.” This programme will train a million developers in deep learning and computer vision, which will accelerate the development and deployment of AI (artificial intelligence) models at the edge, the companies said in a joint statement. Students who will successfully complete the nanodegree programme, which will take three months, will secure a Udacity graduation certificate.

Read: Learning platform Udacity to expand India operations

Software company Hubspot launches CMS hub

Cambridge, Massachusetts -based software company Hubspot has rolled out content management system hub (CMS Hub), to simplify website maintenance, according to a statement. Hubspot claims the CMS offers speed, security and scalability to customers. The solution comprises two tiers, enterprise and professional, depending on the requirement. It will be available in India from this month, the statement added.

Icertis integrates its solution with SAP Ariba

Bellevue, Washington headquartered enterprise contract management platform in the cloud Icertis, has announced that it has integrated its solution with software and information technology services company SAP Ariba solutions for spend management, to help transform the source-to-contract process. Under the integration, the customers of SAP Ariba solutions will be able to streamline procurement processes, reduce supply chain risk and optimise supplier relationships, the companies said in a joint statement. 

Ministry of Labour and Employment asks for data on salary cuts, job losses

The Ministry of Labour and Employment has asked the employee provident fund organisation (EPFO) and employees state insurance corporation (ESIC) to combine data on job losses, salary cuts, and delayed payment, The Economic Times reported. Post data collection, the report will be handed over to the Prime Minister Office (PMO), the report said. Earlier the ministry had issued an advisory to employers to not cut salaries or fire employees. 

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