From chatbots to robots building robots, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is due to revolutionise the work place and has been predicted to impact 800 million jobs worldwide by 2030. The Student/Employer South Event competition details are now revealed.
Over sixty alumni attended the first Cross Industry Academy launched by the Tech Allies Network. The evening, which took place at Barclays, London, comprised a panel of speakers from the tech world addressing Open Banking and the rise of Fintech.
Undergraduates impressed leading digital employers with their innovation at today’s Tech Industry Gold event in Manchester, which was generously sponsored by O2 (Telefónica UK). Over 200 students from ten universities came together with twenty-six employers from across the UK for a day of inspiration, challenge, and networking.
Twenty-six leading digital employers are coming together in Manchester on Wednesday 14th November to inspire, challenge and help over 200 undergraduates from universities across the UK.
This year’s Tech Partnership Degrees’ North event takes place on 14th November 2018, where Tech Industry Gold degree students from across the UK will present a tech concept to impress employers. The competition details sponsored by O2 are now revealed.
This week saw 400 students from 9 universities and 100 employers from 30 leading companies come together at the Tech Partnership Degrees South Event at the Majedski Stadium Reading. The participation and feedback from all was fantastic. Find out more about the event and the programme.
If you are an employer looking for tech talent, book now for a free space at the next Tech Partnership Employer/Student event, at the Madejski Stadium in Reading on 14 March. Due to high demand, this is set to be our largest event to date.
Last week saw our Tech Industry Gold degree students and course leaders come together with tech employers from all sectors in the UK digital economy. Get all the details with a blog by Craig Hurring, Communications Director at the Tech Partnership.
Tech Partnership degree students from across the UK showcased their ideas last week to tackle the growing threat of cyberattacks.