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Recurrent Education: Organisational Data Science CourseCambridge Judge Business SchoolUniversity of Cambridge
Cambridge Organisational Data Science Cambridge Organisational Data Science Course is a course to learn about topics such as Big Data, Data Mining, Crypto Currencies, Data Visualization, GDPR, Digital Encryption, and Artificial Intelligence to drive logical decision-making, with the support of the University of Cambridge Mathematics Faculty and Cambridge Judge Business School. Data Science has grown rapidly in importance and plays a pivotal role in helping organisations leverage data, turning raw information into actionable insights. It is an interdisciplinary field, using both statistics and computer sciences, to help solve some of the world’s most serious problems. Let us take an example from the picture of Rabbit-duck illusion below. One and the same picture can be a rabbit or a duck, depending on how it is construed. Here, an objective analysis is required in order to prove that it is a rabbit or tht it is a duck. It is not convincing or persuasive just to say that it ‘looks like’ a rabbit or a duck. Data analysis and statistics have become a focal point of public attention, with their broad range of use cases across industries and applications, from commercial, retail, legal, medical and even political fields. Data Science has become an inevitable pillar within many organisations, including those of the giants, such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Amazon.
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Tokyo Tech OCW
TOKYO TECH OCW (OpenCourseWare) is a platform provided by Tokyo Institute of Technology to make all lecture materials available to the world free of charge, and to make the highest level of science and engineering education a common property of the world.
Tokyo Institute of Technology
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) are free online courses that anybody can take, and those who complete the course can earn an official certificate for a fee. Top universities around the world offer MOOCs, and the total number of registered learners on the Coursera and edX platforms has reached more than 30 million. Along with self improvement, learners are using MOOCs to improve their professional skills, and the individually validated certificates are helping learners advance in the workplace and make career changes. UTokyo was the first Japanese university to offer MOOCs with two courses on the Coursera platform in September 2013. As of April 2021, UTokyo has 19 courses available (nine via Coursera and ten via edX). More than 570,000 students from over 201 countries and regions have enrolled in these courses.
The University of Tokyo