Pakistan and ASEAN Startups Get Ready An AI/ML Bootcamp Is Right Around The Corner

Organizations are overrun with enormous volumes of data that are both extremely valuable and harder to gather, handle, and evaluate as firms undergo a digital transition.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) may be extremely important in managing this data, mining it for insights, and acting on these findings.

Organizations may use AI/ML to automate activities, extract insights from their data, and enhance the functionality of their systems.

Epiphany and Amazon Web Services (AWS) are introducing an exclusive five-week, free, the virtual mentoring program targeted at increasing AI/ML knowledge in ASEAN and Pakistan’s startup ecosystem in order to assist companies in integrating AI/ML solutions into their businesses.

The objective is to assist chosen entrepreneurs in implementing AI/ML to improve their businesses through a series of seminars, masterclasses, and mentoring with AWS and top IT, industry professionals.

Startups from any industry that are currently employing AI/ML or intend to do so can apply to the program. They will get assistance from AWS specialists, as well as mentors in technology and business, to create, polish, and implement their AI/ML use cases during the length of the program.

Top-performing startups will earn cash awards, exclusive merchandise, and AWS credits at the program’s conclusion (subject to AWS promotional credit terms and conditions).

A VC matching event where chosen businesses will get the chance to pitch to top VCs from Pakistan and Southeast Asia is one of the program’s most intriguing aspects.

Don’t let this chance pass you by; apply for the program right away at

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