Our team is excited to announce that Morpheus.Network Co-founder and COO Noam Eppel, as well as Co-founder and CEO Dan Weinberger, are joining George Brown College’s Program Advisory Committee for Artificial Intelligence. They will be working with College faculty and alumni along with thought leaders in relevant industries.
“We’re thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with experienced and knowledgeable industry-leaders in Artificial Intelligence. We’ll be helping students prepare for modern business practices and adapting the program based on the latest industry trends”, says Noam Eppel, Co-founder and COO of Morpheus.Network.
George Brown College is a post-secondary institution in applied arts and technology, with three full campuses in downtown Toronto. Opened in 1967, George Brown College partners with startups, businesses and organizations that play a significant role in the academic experience of students through course curriculum advisory, field education and employment.
The AI Program Advisory Committee helps develop the school’s curriculum and ensure successful outcomes for undergraduate and graduate students. Noam and Dan are looking forward to working with both academic and professional experts and providing input on college curriculum.
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