Pulsate to train 3,000 data scientists by 2020

  • Business
  • Saturday, 19 Apr 2014


PULSATE, which will be setting up a big data centre and a data academy by year-end, hopes to train 3,000 data specialists in Malaysia by 2020 to meet the growing demand for big data solutions across different industries.

The establishment of the centre and academy will also help Malaysia compete with countries like Singapore and South Korea and pave the way for it to become one of the big data hubs in the near future.

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