Google increases its AI support in Pakistan.

In 2024, Google plans to offer 45,000 Google Career Certificate scholarships as part of its commitment to advancing artificial intelligence (AI) in Pakistan.

In order to empower women and independent contractors in the nation, Google has also launched two new programs.

In the current quickly changing digital landscape, it is imperative to maintain the competitiveness of Pakistan’s freelance talent, since the country has the third-largest freelancing economy globally.

Google has created a program this year that will assist Pakistan’s freelance community in addressing issues related to soft skills like communication and personal branding in collaboration with the Pakistan Freelancers Association (PAFLA). The curriculum, which is taught by Google specialists, may help up to 50,000 PAFLA freelancers.

With the goal of fostering an inclusive and encouraging work environment for women by providing equal employment and professional development opportunities, Google and its longstanding partner Tech Valley have collaborated to create the Career Kamyabi program, which advocates for gender parity in the workforce.

Women are connected to potential employers through the initiative, which has the support of over fifty prominent firms in Pakistan. This helps women generate economic prospects.

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