We are thrilled to announce that British Telecom (BT) has become a sponsor of the Data Science for All: Women’s Summit. The Women's Summit is a novel fellowship program that helps promising women develop into elite data science and analytics leaders.
British Telecom is the first telecommunications company to join the program. Beyond sponsorship, BT is also sending experienced data professionals to mentor program fellows and help them launch successful careers.
The Fall 2020 Women's Summit program runs from September 18 - October 16, and offers free training, mentorship, and recruitment opportunities to over 200 aspiring data science and analytics professionals. You can learn more about the Women's Summit at correlation-one.com/ds4a.
From British Telecom:
We’re all about connections. We keep our customers across the UK and 180 countries connected through fixed-line services, broadband, mobile and TV products and services as well as network IT services. You can check out more about us here.
And this year, we’re really looking forward to helping young women connect with the best in the business for data science. We’re sponsoring Data Science For All: Women Summit. The initiative supports young women who are taking their first steps into their data science careers. More than 200 young female data scientists will work with industry mentors and receive free training and professional development to help them land their dream job.
Two of our teams will be involved in the summit this year. You can learn more about our applied research unit by checking out our technology part of the business. And we’re making strides with artificial intelligence (AI) too. Our data and AI team launched in 2018 and has the ambition to become a £1billion business by 2030. The team will be sharing insight across a range of industries, from advertising to transport to apply data driven AI to support their needs.