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WHO SHOULD ATTEND ??
Limited coding or machine learning experience? A Deep Learning Bootcamp is perfect for you. Start your journey now!
No prior experience in coding or Deep learning
If you would like to explore the world of AI and the career path.
Interested to know more the latest tools and technologies
Looking for a workshop with direct guidance from experienced mentors.
After successfully finishing the program, participants will be awarded a verified digital certificate of completion by Ever AI Technologies. It's important to note that this training program is not eligible for academic credit as it is purely designed for skill development.
The digital certificate will be issued in your legal name and sent to your email address at no extra cost, provided that you meet the program's requirements for completion. Please be aware that all images of certificates displayed are for illustrative purposes only and are subject to modification at the discretion of Ever AI Technologies.
DR. SAI CHONG YEH
Founder and CEO Ever AI Technologies
Dr. Sai is the Founder & CEO of Ever AI Technologies. He hold a Ph.D in Signal Processing and Machine Learning from the University of Malaya, and degrees in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia and the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. Dr. Sai's expertise extends beyond academia to corporate strategy and AI transformation. He is an expertise in integrating AI and machine learning technologies into operations to achieve business objectives
DAVID CHONG TEAK WEI
Head of Artificial Intelligence, Ever AI Technologies
David Chong Teak Wei currently holds the position of Head of Artificial Intelligence at Ever AI Technologies. With a Master's degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Keimyung University, South Korea. As a recipient of the Korean Government Scholarship Program in 2017, they have established a strong foundation in their field. Their research work has been published in various reputable journals, including Sensors 18, 2018, which covered American sign language recognition using leap motion controller with a machine learning approach. Additionally, they have also worked on an American sign language recognition system utilizing wearable sensors with a deep learning approach in 2020.