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Bridging The Talent Gap

Cheam Tat Inn, Managing Director, CADS

29-Mar-18 10:00

Bridging The Talent Gap

Big Data isn’t just a buzzword anymore. With vast amounts of data being produced in real-time, there is a huge demand for people with skills to manage, analyse and help organisation use this data effectively. In effort to accelerate this growth, the Center of Applied Data Science has entered into a strategic collaboration with Coursera, the largest ‘massive open online course’ (MOOC) platform in the world, that hopes to pave the way for working adults and professionals to capitalise on data science online courses. We speak to Cheam Tat Inn, Managing Director of CADS how does all this work.


Produced by: Jeff Sandhu


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