Looking for Some
Artificial Intelligence ?

Take a look at Stark State

Stark State College has been awarded a $40,000 grant to create an Artificial Intelligence (AI) incubator at the school.   The school is one of only 15 community colleges in the nation to receive such an award and the only one in Ohio.

The grants are the combined effort of Intel, Dell Technologies, and the American Association of Community Colleges.   The goal is to make AI training accessible to new learners.

Assistant Dean of the Business, Engineering, and Information Technology division, Rene Eneix, said the grant will allow the school to begin incorporating areas of AI into its existing curriculum.

Wondering if this sort of training can lead to a career?   Keep in mind that the two new computer chip factories being built by Intel in Licking County (immediately east of Columbus) will soon be looking for workers.