Can corporate funding help connect students to data?

Universities are partnering with the private sector to fund research and expose students to real-world challenges As universities increase their research efforts, many are partnering with the private sector to give students a chance to work with large sets of real data and have an impact on real-world projects and innovations. One example lies in the Adobe Data Science Symposium, taking place on May 26, where professorts and students will be able to learn about real-world data science implementation in Adobe’s digital marketing business. “There is a tremendous amount of learning in machine learning and data science,” said Anil Kamath, VP of Product Development at Adobe. “We’re at the forefront in applying some of these things in digital marketing and delivering experiences based on data science.” Grants to universities can…


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