Udacity's self-driving car engineering degree lures over 11,000 hopefuls

Udacity's self-driving car engineering degree lures over 11,000 hopefuls
 

Silicon Valley online education platform Udacity has already received more than 11,000 applicants for its so-called nanodegree in self-driving car engineering, Udacity president and Google X founder Sebastian Thrun said.
The high number of applicants - for 250 spots in the course - underscores the pressing need for talent by technology leaders such as Alphabet's Google and Apple, traditional car companies and automotive start-ups, as they race to develop production-ready autonomous-driving vehicles within the next decade.
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29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 45
Source: Reuters
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