Wayne State Broadens Warrior TechSource Online Learning Platform

Amesite Inc., a Detroit-based artificial intelligence software company, is making Warrior TechSource, a dedicated online learning platform for Wayne State University engineering alumni, available to other professionals in the automotive engineering and tech industries.
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Amesite Inc. is its making Warrior TechSource online learning platform available to all professionals in automotive engineering and tech industries. // Stock photo

Amesite Inc., a Detroit-based artificial intelligence software company, is making Warrior TechSource, a dedicated online learning platform for Wayne State University engineering alumni, available to other professionals in the automotive engineering and tech industries.

The Amesite platform provides 24/7 access to fully online, on-demand courses with live instructors. The courses include the latest findings on every topic that professionals in the automotive engineering industry train on, including automation, robotics, and electromechanical engineering.

“The need for upskilling in the automotive engineering industry is growing rapidly,” says Ann Marie Sastry, CEO of Amesite. “Our unique and innovative platform can be deployed across multiple industries and we look forward to helping people upskill and open the talent bottleneck in many industries.”

Farshad Fotouhi, dean of engineering at Wayne State, says he believes there are three key needs in the auto industry, manufacturing, and other industries: electrification, autonomous technology, and connectivity.

“In working with Amesite, we have access to the best technology with a partner that we trust,” says Fotouhi. “They customized to our needs and to our market. Artificial intelligence is critical in creating engagement and is important for us not only to build programs – but to build programs that people complete.”

For more information on Warrior TechSource, visit here.

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